An expert spends a quarter of a century looking for the mysterious Loch Ness monster monster that the monster may be just a giant European catfish.
According to IB Times, Steve Feltham bid farewell to his girlfriend and quit his job, moving to the shore of Loch Ness, Scotland since 1991. He learned about Loch Ness monster for 24 years.
The catfish image is said to be a Loch Ness monster on Sky News.(Photo: Sky News)
The legend of the mysterious Loch Ness lake has existed for centuries, but there is no explanation. Some believe that it is a fish, or a large marine reptile belonging to the Plesiosauria , living from the Jurassic period 65 million years ago.
However, Feltham, now 52, said it was probably European catfish, dropped into Loch Ness Lake to serve the aristocracy to fish. This fish can be up to 4.5 meters long, weighs 300 kg and lives for decades.
"Reviewing all the evidence, talking to witnesses, a European catfish is the most reasonable explanation," Sky News quoted Feltham today. However, "that does not mean that I dare to declare, the mystery has been answered. I am still looking for a more plausible solution (compared to the European catfish hypothesis). This is a complete phenomenon. explain. "
Steve Feltham, who spent 24 years studying Loch Ness monster.(Photo: Mirror)