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Scared residents of Loch Ness Court were celebrating last night after a trapper killed their monster - an eight-foot alligator alligator, large aquatic reptile of the genus Alligator, in the same order as the crocodile. There are two species—a large type found in the S United States and a small type found in E China. Alligators differ from crocodiles in several ways. .

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 expert Todd Hardwick after catching the creature from the deep on film. He trapped the gator using a big hook baited with rotten chicken.

Todd said: "I guess that's the end of the Loch Ness monster Loch Ness monster

“Nessie”; sea serpent said to inhabit Loch Ness. [Scot. Folklore: Wallechinsky, 443]

See : Monsters

Loch Ness monster

supposed sea serpent dwelling in lake. [Scot. Hist.
, as we know it around here."
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Publication:Daily Record (Glasgow, Scotland)
Date:Oct 24, 1997
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