The remains of the Loch Ness monster found in Norway




Norwegian researchers have discovered one of the Arctic islands fossilized remains of two giant marine reptiles, reminiscent of the infamous Loch Ness monster. The remains of an ichthyosaur and plesiosaur from the island of Svalbard (500 km north of the coast of Norway), we sent for analysis to the Geological Museum, Oslo, reported Sept. 2 news agency AP.

Uniqueness finds primarily in its location — in Norway has not yet been discovered traces of these early animal. In addition, for the first time in the hands of scientists got well-preserved skull of an ichthyosaur, reports MIGnews.


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