Scotland Has An Official Plan in the Case of the Appearance of a Loch Ness Monster

Loch Ness, also commonly known as Nessie, is a legendary animal that appears, lives in freshwater Lake in Inverness, Scotland. The mystery that the animal has grown in recent years to the point that it was one of the most controversial in the field of cryptozoology, pseudoscience, responsible for the study of animals whose existence has not been proven.

While this monster is now more of a myth than a real animal, the Scottish authorities seem to have a plan in case of Nessie if it is not legal. According to Bi-bi-si, a group funded by the Scottish Government as “Scottish Natural Heritage”, created in 2001, a series of guidelines in the case of an animal detection.

Now, the plan seems to have emerged after an international team of researchers studied Loch Ness in search of DNA samples that could confirm the species that make life in murky waters. According to the Scottish Sun, Scottish Prime Minister Nicola Sterdzhon said in an interview that he believes the “monster” in this.

official plan of contingencies to the possible appearance of a Loch Ness monster will not affect the Nessie nor those who defend the rights of animals, since the plan states that, if the creature is captured, it is necessary to take a sample of its DNA before returning to the lake, to confirm, that really is a new type. This plan was implemented earlier for species that are not considered “monsters” in the lake.

The report, “The Mirror,” quoted Nick Halfhid, a representative of the Scottish Natural Heritage, says that some of the newly introduced species in the lake were sea eagles, as well as four new species, have been discovered in the sea. West coast of the lake. However, he admits that the seizure of Nessie will be more difficult.

Scotland Has An Official Plan in the Case of the Appearance of a Loch Ness Monster

Although people have reported the existence of the Loch Ness monster since the 6th century, all attempts to locate it were unsuccessful, including the expedition, conducted in 2003, when 600 sonar detectors were used and satellite tracking technology to detect the animal around the lake.

Source: Tekcrispy