Russian monster lohnessskoe

February 13, 2013 17:59

Russian scientists have made an expedition to one of the coldest places in the world — Oymyakon, the region, home to the "Russian lohnessskoe monster."

Dark gray carcass, two symmetric bright spots like the eyes, and protruding from the body of the stick — this is only a small part of the animal. Rest of the body is hidden under the water. Oymyakon residents say this is the second "the Loch Ness monster."

Participants unique expedition to the "cold pole" felt all the mystery of the famous lake Labynkyr, was at a depth of 80 meters under the sea water and ice. Russian researchers have established a world record. But the most important thing is that they were interested in — the monster in the lake bottom.

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