Tech & Science Daily: The scientists behind the discovery making Nessie ‘plausible’

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A picture from 1934 purporting to show the Loch Ness Monster
A picture from 1934 purporting to show the Loch Ness Monster

Scientists say the Loch Ness Monster ‘could on one level be plausible,’ after a fossil discovery in Morocco.

Professor David Martill from the University of Portsmouth and co-author of the report, explains how finding the remains of a plesiosaur in a 100-million-year-old river system, shows they may have lived in freshwater.

Believers in the Loch Ness Monster have long thought that the historic Scottish folklore could be a prehistoric reptile, such as a plesiosaur but sceptics previously argued they needed a saltwater environment.

Research suggests that gaming time has ‘no link with levels of well-being’.

A study of 39,000 people, found that the average video gamer would have to play for 10 hours more than usual per day to notice any difference.

Ashleigh Louise aka #TALKSWITHASH has been telling Tech & Science Daily about her incredible Twitter success.

#TALKSWITHASH has proven so popular when it comes to discussing Love Island it often trends higher than the show’s official hashtag. She also gets lots of high profile guests to take part in the panel, including past contestants.

Ashleigh says she hopes to one day be given a segment on the TV spin off ‘Love Island: Aftersun’…

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