The Scottish Loch Ness attracts a group of researchers. It is there that scientists collect water samples to learn more about the submerged dangers. They think they may be able to confirm or refute the existence of a fabled beast in this area. In addition, the group now has some very important news to share after doing DNA analysis.
The mystery of the monster
Professor Neil Gemmell, who led the group, realized that including the well-known animal would attract greater attention to their work. In 2019, though, he informed The Guardian that not only the monster, but the entire loch, may be revealed. The question remains, though: does a monster actually reside within?