On the northeast coast of Scotland, a skeleton of an unknown sea creature was discovered. It washed up on the land as a result of the storm “Chiara” .
An intriguing creature was discovered on Sunday, February 9, according to the Daily Mail . This happened after strong winds and heavy rain fell in the region. A photograph of the skeleton was published on Facebook. Commentators have suggested that the remains may belong to a whale or dolphin, while the creature has horns. Some have not ruled out that this is the skeleton of a Loch Ness monster.
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Marine biologists are bewildered and can not determine what kind of creature carried ashore Scotland. Professor David Lusso from the University of Aberdeen said that the published picture does not allow to draw accurate conclusions, therefore, photos from other angles will be required.
According to Scottish legend, the Loch Ness monster lives in a local lake. To this day, there is no exact evidence that it really exists. In 1934, London physician R. Kenneth Wilson photographed the allegedly Loch Ness monster, but in 1994 they proved that this picture was fake.