This is kind of funny. It comes from the British science magazine Nature, Dec. 11, 1975.
Sir Peter Scott, a naturalist and enthusiastic believer in the Loch Ness monster, was so confident that the creature’s existence would soon be proven that he promoted the use of a Greek name for it: Nessiteras rhombopteryx. This name, which he and underwater photographer Robert Rines coined in December 1975, may be roughly translated as “The Ness monster with diamond-shaped fin.”
London newspapers quickly and gleefully pointed out that the name is also an anagram for “Monster Hoax by Sir Peter S.”