edinburgh - After centuries of speculation, the final answer is quickly coming: does the Loch Ness monster exist?
DNA specialists take samples of the water in the Scottish highlands next month. And in a few months we will know exactly what is going on and what has swum in the most famous lake in England.
Already in the year 565 the first report was made by an Irish missionary of 'a big monster'. World-famous was a photo from 1934 by Colonel Robert Kenneth Wilson. The gynecologist's picture caught the Daily Mail and the 'Nessie' fever flared up again with great intensity.
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