The existence of the Loch Ness monster is “probable” following the discovery of fossils.

MY NUMBER 1 RECOMMENDATION TO CREATE FULL TIME INCOME ONLINE: CLICK HERE dr. Nick Longrich, the paper’s corresponding author, said: “We don’t really know why plesiosaurs are in freshwater. “A bit controversial, but who’s to say they must have lived in the sea because we paleontologists have always called them ‘marine reptiles’? Many marine genera … Read more

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