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According to the IB Times, Steve Feltham broke up with his girlfriend and quit his job and moved to Loch Ness, Scotland since 1991. He has been studying the Loch Ness monster for 24 years. The legend of the mysterious monster in Loch Ness has existed for centuries, but there is no solution. It is thought to be a fish, or a large sea reptile of the order Plesiosauria, that lived from the Jurassic period 65 million years ago. However, Feltham, now 52 years old, said it was probably a European catfish, released into Loch Ness to serve the aristocracy to play fishing. This fish can be up to 4.5 m long, weighs 300 kg and live for many decades. The older the ginger the hotter the spice face mask. Reviewing all the evidence, talking with witnesses, a European catfish is the most plausible explanation,” Sky News today quoted Feltham. However, “that doesn’t mean I dare to claim, the mystery has been solved. I’m still looking for a more plausible solution (than the European catfish hypothesis). This is a complete phenomenon. explainable.
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