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Saturday, February 16, 2008

Global Warming™ Killed the Loch Ness Monster

(No, this didn't come from The Onion.) It seems that one mythical creature has killed another, according to Robert Rines, noted Nessie hunter.
Despite having hundreds of sonar contacts over the years, the trail has since gone cold and Rines believes that Nessie may be dead, a victim of global warming.

He still wants to check almost 100 contacts on the floor of the loch, believing one may be the monster's remains.

Robert bought a cottage on the banks of the loch to live in during his annual summer trips.
(h/t Jawa Report)

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