Fossil of 'real-life Loch Ness Monster' found in Antarctica

Fossil hunters have found the remains of an enormous sea creature which bares an uncanny resemblance to the Loch Ness monster.

Researchers uncovered the 70-million-year-old remains of a massive elasmosaur, which would have weighed 15 tons and was from the depths of the Antarctica.

Experts say that the 40-foot long animal is a member of the reptile family elasmosaurid and is the largest of its kind ever found.

The research adds to evidence that a vibrant marine ecosystem existed just before the dinosaur mass extinction.

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