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The Loch Ness “Monster"

Naturevolume 134page242 (1934) | Download Citation



SINCE our earlier notes upon this subject were written (NATUBE, Jan. 13, 1934, p. 56), the attention of thousands of people has been concentrated upon seeing and adding to the descriptions of this world-famous animal. The situation is without parallel in the records of the observation of Nature, and it is of some interest to analyse the results.


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