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Man Hold  Up Mystery Solved?! Maybe?! Or are we all being “Catfished?!” Bum bum bum–  In London, a  man who has spent nearly 25 years of his life on a quest to find the legendary Loch Ness Monster now says it’s actually a big catfish.  Steve Feltham tells Sky News that after looking at all the evidence, the mysterious creature is probably a Wels catfish, which can grow up to 13-feet long and weigh over 800 pounds.  But that might not be the end of the story.  The catfish are not native to Scotland.  They were first introduced into the loch for sport fishing in the 19th century while legends of something mysterious in the waters can be traced all the way back to the sixth century. 

 

 

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07-17-2015 00:14:15

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