(Huffington Post) Who needs Loch Ness when you've got Lagarfljótsormur?
A 13-member panel convened in Iceland has decided by a seven-vote (i.e. very narrow) majority that grainy footage released in 2012 in fact depicts Lagarfljótsormur, a legendary lake monster first reported in 1345.
According to Slate, the decision entitles the author of the footage to a small reward, although a Finnish researcher previously concluded that the video actually shows an ice-caked fishing net.
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