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Thursday, 1 April 2010

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The Loch Ness Monster has been discovered frozen in a block of ice in Loch Ness today. After the severe winter in which the entire Loch froze over scientists only recently were able to get back and continue their search for Nessie.

Scientists are now trying to organise Heavy Lifting Gear, to see if they can uplift Nessie and the block of ice intact.

Professor Peter Moore leader of the team that made the discovery claims that the animal would appear to be shaped like a Plateosaurus a Dinosaur that lived during the late Triassic period around 200 million years ago.

Is it possible that a creature thought to have died out 200 million years ago is still around.

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