Friday, July 17, 2015

He does not regret the time he spent looking
for the beast A man who has spent the last 24 years
searching for the Loch Ness monster says it is probably just a catfish,
after all. Steve Feltham, 52, apparently gave up his job, home and
girlfriend more than two decades ago to track Nessie, but now he's convinced
the mythical beast is just that—a myth. Now he thinks it's much more
likely that the creature people have reported seeing is a very large Wels
catfish. The species can grow up to 13 ft. long and were introduced to the
water for fishing during the Victorian period, according to Reuters. Never
mind that the first written record of the monster is from the 6th century AD.
Has Feltham's realization brought a sense of wasted time? Not so. "I
certainly don't regret the last 24 years," he told the Times of
London. This article originally appeared on time. com.
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