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In the 1850s, a Mr Banks from Letterewe tried at great expense to drain Loch-na-Bèiste, near Aultbea, but failed. He also tried to poison it with quicklime. Loch-na-Bèiste is Scottish Gaelic for "loch of the beast", beast often being used for a loch monster in Ireland especially. The term loosely translates as "turtle-pig".
- This article incorporates text from "Dwelly's [Scottish] Gaelic Dictionary" (1911).
- AA Touring Guide to Scotland (1978)