Ah yes, that glorious left over Plesiosaur that somehow escaped extinction and although cold blooded and alone, managed to live in the cold Scottish Loch is probably dead.
Yes, the Loch Ness monster is no more, a victim of global warming.
At least that’s what Nessie Hunter Robert Rines told the UKDaily Record:
Despite having hundreds of sonar contacts over the years, the trail has since gone cold and Rines believes that Nessie may be dead, a victim of global warming.
The reports of the monster date back 1400 years, meaning that it was alive during the previous global warming of the Roman times, the cold cycle of the dark ages, the Medieval warming cycle, the little ice age, but the latest global warming was apparantly just too much for the beast.
And, as one astute comment on the story warns:
I fear unless we curb the warming soon, it may also claim the lives of Bigfoot and Elvis.
Nancy Reyes is a retired physician living in the rural Philippines. Her website is Finest Kind clinic and Fishmarket.Â