CRYPTOZOOLOGISTS NOW SAY THAT LOCH NESS MONSTER COULD HAVE BEEN REAL? WHAT ABOUT NOW?
I’m one of those people who loves the idea that things like Bigfoot, the Loch Ness Monster and the like are real. They seem fantastical, and likely are. But these mythical legends have captured people’s imaginations for generations. If we used the “where there’s smoke, there’s fire” approach, hysterical accounts would totally prove they exist. But we need more than that to be sure. And here is one step in that direction in regards to the Loch Ness Monster. Cryptozoologists have recently found that this mysterious creature could actually have been real. And yes, could have, which means in the past and not in a Scottish lake at the moment.
LOCH NESS MONSTER ANCESTOR COULD HAVE, AND DID LIVE, IN FRESH WATERS FOREVER AGO
These cryptozoologists have long thought that the Loch Ness Monster could be related to a plesiosaur, which was an aquatic reptile with the requisite long neck and flippers. But they haven’t been around for over 60 million years. But the plesiosaurs were likely animals that only lived in the seas and oceans, meaning salt water environments. And the Scottish lake is anything but. But a recent discovery of plesiosaur fossils in what was a river system 100 million years ago in Morocco’s Sahara Desert has changed the game. Now scientists have reason to believe that these creatures could live in fresh water, and maybe spent their whole lives doing so.
IT’S FUN TO BELIEVE, BUT CRYPTOZOOLOGISTS DON’T SAY LOCH NESS MONSTER LIVES TODAY
So the logic gets better when it comes to the Loch Ness Monster being maybe real. Yes, the monster looks a lot like a dinosaur from forever ago. And yes, we now believe those dinosaurs could and did live in fresh water, like in a Scottish lake. But there’s still a little detail that’s hard to get past. And that detail is that plesiosaurs died with the rest of the dinosaurs, 66 million years ago. Is it possible that something survived all those years? I suppose so. I want to believe so! But the evidence remains such that this particular creature really only lives in our imaginations. But if we find that the Loch Ness Monster is real, I’m buying property in Scotland!