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Loch Ness Monster: The Alien Squid From Europa… Crypto April Fools

Today, news has come out saying that the famous Loch Ness Monster, "Nessie", has finally been proven to exist and is a Giant Squid from Europa, one of Jupiter's moons.



Apparently, a DNA sequence had been found in a photograph using advanced laser scanning technology. NASA satellites also had pictures of Nessie-like objects swimming in Europa's oceans over the last 40 years. The DNA scientists sequenced matched Loch Ness Monster DNA, they said. They said the thing had gotten to earth by riding on a comet from Europa. They said the body of the Loch NEss Monster had evolved 500 million years ago, while other cephalopods hadn't evolved until 300 million years ago, proving they the monster came from space.




                                                  APRIL FOOLS FROM NESSIE




So, there you go, the Loch Monster is a space squid.. HA! For more on this April Fools joke, see the Cryptomundo post in the link below.

DNA Confirms Loch Ness Monster Identity

It actually took me awhile after I first read the Cryptomundo post to notice that it was posted today. April Fools day is a day all Cryptozoologists need to watch out for, the same thing happened with the Loch Ness Monster photo below in 1934. For 60 years people thought it was real, until it was proved to be a hoax in the 1990s.

The Nessie mystery remains unsolved, at least until April Fools day next year. : )




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