Posted by: Nick Redfern on April 26th, 2013
“Over ten thousand years ago, Loch Ness was covered in ice as the whole of Scotland succumbed to the last glacial advance. Note I did not say ‘last Ice Age’ as apparently because there are polar ice caps today, we are technically still in an ongoing ice age (albeit a quieter phase).
“However, since we assume the Loch Ness Monster had some ancestors, where would they have lived? The answer may come from a recent study on salmon genetics…”
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