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So, now it's the famed Loch Ness Monster washed up from the sea.

Is the Loch Ness monster DEAD? Picture of skeletal remains on shoreline stuns tourists - Mirror Online

Or, is it?

Somebody spent a bit of time putting this together, I think.
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I'm a skeptic, but I'll bet it was fun to put together.
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Why would it crawl out of the loch to die?
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oh come on, i could do a better job than that. lol
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The bones picked clean, but the intestines are whole ?

Get out of here.
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It's the start of the tourist season - just saying.
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Bruv;1498064 wrote: The bones picked clean, but the intestines are whole ?

Get out of here.


I agree. would have been much better to have had skeleton bits of other creatures and humans instead of intestines. :)
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Those are intestines?

I thought it was sausage.
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Post by Bryn Mawr »

LarsMac;1498077 wrote: Those are intestines?

I thought it was sausage.


It's Scotland - it would have to be White Pudding :-)
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LarsMac;1498077 wrote: Those are intestines?

I thought it was sausage.


Don't laugh........Scottish sausages are square, correct me if I am wrong gmc.
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Bruv;1498092 wrote: Don't laugh........Scottish sausages are square, correct me if I am wrong gmc.


We have link sausage as well but one type is.One type is

A history of the square sausage, including a recipe for making your own - Scotsman Food & Drink

the intestines do look more like white puddings
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Bruv;1498064 wrote: The bones picked clean, but the intestines are whole ?

Get out of here.
That's exactly what I was thinking. The tough meaty bits over the tastier, softer bits... Where crows move in on carrion, the first thing they do is to tear at the belly skin to get to the innards.

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