Scientists Find How to Solve the Mystery of “Loch Ness Monster”
A group of scientists from the University of Otago in New Zealand is planning an intensive study on the existence of a monster of Nice (the monster of Loch Ness).
The scientists will collect samples from Loch Ness Lake to discover and study the DNA details of all the organisms in which they live.
Scientists hope to be able to identify the organisms that caused the legend of the Loch Ness monster.
Experts say the main goal of the project is to test ways of isolating DNA parts from the environment. However, scientists are certain that they will be able to detect previously unknown organisms, which will be larger than bacteria. The researchers confirm that some animals live in the lake, which can be seen by locals as strange monsters.
Scientists plan to sample 300 points from the lake at different depths. The samples will then be passed through Bio-polymers.