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The theory that the loch ness monster is an atlantic sturgeon is not something new and has been doing the rounds since the early days of the modern nessie phenomenon.. Loch ness research with adrian shine, the loch ness project reference site for general scientific information concerning the exploration of loch ness and investigation into the loch ness monster controversy edited by adrian shine.. 'are you serious?' nicola sturgeon loses her cool on good morning britain as she clashes with kate garraway over existence of loch ness monster.
The nessie-is-a-sturgeon theory does have some attractions. any landlocked sturgeon would have to come near the surface to feed on salmon and trout, its main sustenance in the loch.. He claims the picture is the best-ever taken of the loch ness monster and proves once and for all that the elusive leviathan exists - and is definitely not a sturgeon.. There are no other records of sturgeon in the river or loch although they have been found in the moray firth into which the river ness empties. another, but unsubstantiated report, is that one was caught in the river garry ..
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Scott mardis (a friend and co-worker of mine) recently posted a comparison between "nessie" as seen and sketched by alastair dallas in 1936 and a spawning sturgeon on rocks.. Giant and common sturgeon. at least that is the title of this engraving from the famous 1894 encyclopaedia of animals, "the royal natural history", edited by richard lydekker b.a., f.r.s., etc..