January 22, 2013

Giant Salamanders in Loch Ness?


It’s fair to say I find it very difficult these days to get enthused about anything connected to the saga of the Loch Ness Monster, chiefly as a result of hoaxes and dwindling numbers of good sightings.

But, there is one exception…

That exception is Steve Plambeck’s blog, The Loch Ness Giant Salamander.

As its title suggests, the blog (and Steve’s research) offers the possibility that the Nessies are not the plesiosaurs or giant eels that many conclude them to be.

And, while some may scoff at the idea that the Nessies are over-sized salamanders, I would urge one and all to check out Steve’s blog, as he does hit upon some interesting data that adds weight to his theories.

As a perfect example, check out the new post on this very matter, which Steve has just posted.

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