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'Remains' of Loch Ness monster wash ashore
#1
Yes that's the Title and I don't believe it, why would there be a skeleton and the intestines still in the rib cage area but no flesh?
The intestines would be eaten or strung out for a hundred yards.
Where Gordi when we need him?  tinyhuh
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Quote:Has the Loch Ness monster finally been found?
Strange dinosaur-like remains that supposedly washed ashore on the banks of Loch Ness this week have many wondering whether Ole Nessie is actually real.
It all started on June 29, when animal adoption organization Help2Rehome Scotland posted a photo of the grisly remains on Facebook.
The organization said the remains were found by someone walking their dogs.
“Has Nessy been found? Or someone playing a fascinating prank,”the group said in the post.
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Sorry but I think it's a Hoax.
Once A Rogue, Always A Rogue!
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#2
I was just minding my own business, having my first cup of coffee for the day, and then I stumbled in to this.  tinybighuh
   YUCK!   minusculepuke

It's probably fake; I'm sure we'll be hearing more about it, if it's not.
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#3
With Journalists' vacation-time arriving, 'Silly Season' is also underway!

As you say G, the innards would be strewn all over because of gulls and crows
and if it's standard practice fro Nessie to come ashore to die, then where were
the other ones?

It's a prank because it's mentioned at the front-end by USA Today and in a
posting on Facebook. The body is neatly laid on a pebbled beach and picked
cleanly. The Police tape is nothing more than a ruse to imply officialdom is
involved and ergo, a genuine situation.

Grading? Must try harder.
tinybighuh
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'...There were also witty suggestions that Nessie's 'demise' was a result of the Brexit
result of the EU referendum.

A Facebook user called Dutch Rider said: 'Maybe Nessie doesn`t want to leave the UK
either and has just gave up (sic).'

The charity eventually revealed the heavily detailed remains were actually put together for
a television show...'


The Daily Mail.
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