Natural History Museum scientist claims Loch Ness exists

Natural History Museum scientist claims Loch Ness exists

A leading scientists working with the Natural History Museum in the UK has claimed that the Loch Ness monster really exists.

Dr Denys Tucker, who is an eminent zoologist at the Natural History Museum and an expert in fish, was sacked after he made the claim. The situation started getting worse since he visited Scotland in 1959. He claimed that he has seen an 'unnamed animal' poke through the surface of Loch Ness. Dr Tucker said that the unidentified animal was Elasmosaurus, which is a long-necked dinosaurs that lived 80 million years ago on our planet.

He said, "I am quite satisfied that we have in Loch Ness one of the most exciting and important findings of British zoology today."

However, his superiors at the museum ware not impressed with the assessment. Dr Tucker was asked whether his new interest in the Loch Ness monster was a 'suitable topic' for him to get involved in and then there were concerns relating to hisdisciplinary record that includedspeculating about the sex lives of colleagues, and waving a pistol at a superior, according to documents released under the Freedom of information request.


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