What Does the Loch Ness Monster Eat?

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Though the Loch Ness monster, Nessie, is a legend, it is believed the monster eats the fish in the lake which include: Charrs, Salmons, Sturgeons, Eels, Sea Trouts and frogs that inhabit the lake. It is also believed that Nessie feeds on dinoflagellates which are prehistoric organisms.
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There are stories of the Loch Ness monster munching on a meal of fish. The fish that Nessie might eat are Salmon, Trout, Eel, Pike, Char, Minnows and Flounder. If Nessie is a vegetarian, she will eat microscopic animals known as zooplankton.
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