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DNA tests hope to solve Stronsay beast riddle

Posted on Friday, 5 September, 2008 | Comment icon 4 comments


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"A strange creature washed ashore by a storm in Orkney 200 years ago may finally be identified thanks to pioneering DNA techniques."

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Comment icon #1 Posted by Pandora2173 on 5 September, 2008, 16:16
Dude, I can't wait to see what it is!
Comment icon #2 Posted by thefinalfrontier on 6 September, 2008, 12:09
I will be following this story with interest, 200 years old and a neck of 10 feet long sure dont sound like a shark but ya never know when it comes to the deep oceans around the world,
Comment icon #3 Posted by exiledangel on 22 October, 2008, 23:31
3 appendages?? sounds like a shark, but who knows?
Comment icon #4 Posted by Paracelse on 23 October, 2008, 4:59
3 appendages?? sounds like a shark, but who knows? I didn't know appendages made sound... is it new?


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