If It Lived in the American South, It Never Would Have Survived This Long

Via Sky News:

The Loch Ness monster is most likely a large catfish, according to an expert who has spent 24 years searching for Nessie.

Steve Feltham, 52, gave up his home, his job and his girlfriend to move nearer the Scottish loch in pursuit of the legend.

Speaking to Sky News, Mr Feltham did not claim he had solved the mystery of Nessie.

But he said: “Looking at all the evidence, speaking to eyewitnesses, the most likely solution is a Wels catfish.”

The fish can grow up to four metres (13ft) long and weigh over 400kg (880lb).

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