The Loch Ness Mini-Monster

There’s more to Loch Ness’s ecology than an imaginary plesiosaur

Paul Greenberg

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Will this Loch Ness brown trout go ferox? We just don’t know (photo by Paul Greenberg)

Are there really monsters in Loch Ness? It depends on whether you’re a human or a char. The recent “discovery” that plesiosaurs, swimming dinosaurs from the Cretaceous period, may have inhabited freshwater lakes is so obviously pseudo science clickbait on par with that old Gen X TV favorite “In Search Of” that…

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Paul Greenberg

New York Times bestselling author of Four Fish as well as The Climate Diet and Goodbye Phone, Hello World paulgreenberg.org