The ‘Loch Ness monster’ found In Morocco 

The ‘Loch Ness monster’ found In Morocco

Dinosaur fossils have been found in Morocco. After the discovery of these fossils, questions are being raised about the existence of Scotland’s Loch Ness Monster. The Loch Ness Monster is also known as the monster of lake.
According to the scientists, after getting the fossils, now the possibility has increased that sea monsters were not a fantasy but a reality. These monsters were also named Plesiosaur by the scientists. It is believed that the first plesiosaurs were discovered in 1823 when their remains were found in excavations.

The ‘Loch Ness monster’ found In Morocco 
The ‘Loch Ness monster’ found In Morocco 

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Found hundreds of years old remains:

Scientists at England’s Bath University have recently found the remains of a 100 million year old Plesiosaurs . It is being told that they were found in the river of the Sahara desert in Morocco. These indicate that these creatures with long necks and pointed teeth lived in water and were mostly found in freshwater. Plaisir has always been considered a fictional character and was given the nickname Nessie.

Looking at his imaginary photographs, it is known that he also had a tail like a fish. Their neck was very long and the head was small . However, this was always refused to be accepted. It was believed that plesiosaurs were found only in sea water, but due to their remains found in the river, many things have started getting strength.

The ‘Loch Ness monster’ found In Morocco 

Dr. Nick Longrich has kept an eye on this whole incident. He told the British newspaper Telegraph, ‘We don’t really know why Plesiosaurs lived in fresh water. It’s a bit controversial because we always believed it was a sea creature. But it is also true that many animals of the sea had intruded into the water of the river as well.

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