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Original article published 27 May 2008
Teach children to question evidence by delving into the depths of the mystery surrounding the Loch Ness Monster
Loch Ness, found in the Scottish Highlands, is one of Britain’s largest lakes. The legend of the loch’s monster is known all over the world, with people even today still arguing about its likelihood.
Consequently, ‘Nessie’ (Niseag in Scottish Gaelic) has been consigned to the field of ‘cryptozoology’, the study of animals that some presume to exist, but for which there is no conclusive evidence.
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