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TODAY   |  July 03, 2013

Scientists debunk Loch Ness monster

Experts now have new evidence that explains the seismic activity around the home of the mysterious Scottish lake monster Nessie, further debunking claims to its existence.

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>> on it, though. trending on live science, has the loch ness monster mystery been solved? she appears in the scottish lake causing bubbles to swirl from the surface. nonsense says one geologist that says it's not the work of a beast but a seismic activity. the fault system runs through the area. the mystery dates back to the 1930s when a london surgeon claimed to capture that you see in that photo there. it was proven to be a hoax and still no existence of the monster.

>> i want to believe in the loch ness monster .

>> why are you punching holes