Scientists recently reported finding fossils of a Loch Ness monster-like marine creature at the bottom of Antarctica. This fossil is 70 million years old.
According to scientists, the 70-million-year-old fossil of a marine creature shaped like a new Loch Ness monster was found at the bottom of Antarctica.
The real-life “Loch Ness monster ” fossil is a member of the elasmosaurus reptilian genus, 10 meters long and 15 tons in weight. This is one of the most complete reptile fossils ever found.
With the discovery of this fossil, it is considered an ocean killer and is the largest species ever discovered.
Experts say “lake monsters Loch Ness in real life “is a long-necked snake-headed plesiosaur – similar to the elasmosaurus reptile that hunts at the bottom of the sea.
This creature miraculously survived the demise of dinosaurs.
The similarity of Nessie’s head and neck with dinosaurs makes people think that this is a lizard foot dinosaur that survived the disaster.
Elasmosaurus is a genus of plesiosaur head lizard, living in North America in the late Cretaceous, about 80.5 million years ago.
Some dinosaurs live on the ground, get oxygen from the air and Loch Ness monster will also have to stick its head out of the water when swimming for a few seconds to get oxygen to maintain life.