The remains of the Loch Ness Monster found in England

The remains of the Loch Ness Monster found in England

The remains of a creature in the style of the Loch Ness Monster, who lived in the English Channel 200 millions of years ago were found on the beach. Archaeologists have spent months putting together dozens of old bones found immobilized in limestone on Britain's Jurassic Coast by fossil hunters. After the puzzle is almost completely done with the dice, scientists revealed, that skeleton, which is complete in 70 percentages, belongs to the measurer 12 plesiosaurus feet. Past seers of Loch Ness say, that the monster had a long thin neck and tail, four large fins and razor-sharp teeth. Plesiosaurus lived during the Jurassic Age, 150-200 million years ago, when today's English Channel was shallow, tropical sea. I have been doing it since 30 years and found only one bone. The remains were found by Tracy Marler under rocks on Monmouth Beach. Tracy first found a single bone in the limestone. She and her ground floor Chris Moore, fossil expert, they returned to this place again and found four more bones. After further excavation work, approx 150 rib bones, parts of the skull and jaw, where even one tooth is preserved. We extracted it in pieces, but you could imagine exactly what he looked like.

The tailbones were in place, said Moore. Some of the back bones were completely in place, where they should be and the bones of the neck were there as well. Plesiosaurs lived aground, in warm tropical seas. They had long necks and sharp teeth, which allowed them to get something to eat. Everyone has hope, that the skeleton will appear on public display at the Lyme Regis Museum.