Loch Ness monster hunter believes he’s solved mystery of elusive beast

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A monster hunter from Loch Ness believes he has solved the mystery of Scotland’s most well-known beast, saying it’s a massive cat.


A Nessie knowledgeable believes the monster is definitely a giant cat (Image: Getty)

A monster hunter from Loch Ness believes he has solved the mystery surrounding the beast that has baffled consultants for years.

Nessie hunter Steve Feltham, 60, has been finding out the creature since childhood and now believes that the monster is definitely a catfish.

He believes that the species might see big wels, which had been imported by the the Aristocracy within the nineteenth century for sport fishing and are the most important freshwater fish in Europe.

He says they undoubtedly match the invoice as they’ll develop as much as 10 toes lengthy, weigh greater than 31 toes and stay as much as 100 years.

Mr Feltham advised Saga journal: “They match the outline.


Loch Ness in Scotland is alleged to be the creature’s dwelling (Image: Getty)

“If they had been launched within the Victorian period, they’d have come of age within the Nineteen Thirties.

“The inhabitants could be reducing now, which explains fewer sightings.”

Steve was fascinated by the legend of Nessie as a toddler whereas on vacation within the Scottish Highlands.


The Loch Ness monster first got here to international consideration in 1933 (Image: Getty)

He added: “A giant half of what I do right here is to faux photos.

“But then there’s 5 p.c. When that occurs – and I am unable to clarify a picture – we push it into the general public area.”

The first {photograph} of Nessie was taken 90 years in the past, though alleged sightings of the beast date again to the seventh century.


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