Loch Ness Monster sized Dinosaur Remains Discovered in Beauly

There is tremendous speculation and chatter around Loch Ness as it has been announced that the enormous skeletal remains of a carnivorous dinosaur have been found in Beauly, Ross-shire.

“Beauly is only 10 miles or so from the village of Drumnadrochit on the shores of Loch Ness and the historic discovery of a beast like this – living and hunting nearby further proves that Nessie – the world famous monster – must exist”. We know that the village is full of old dinosaurs from a bygone age that still manage to stalk about causing trouble but this takes us back millions of years into an even more dog-eat-dog jurassic world.

You can read more about this staggering discovery in The Inverness Courier.

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