Posted by: Craig Woolheater on February 2nd, 2013
Russian scientists say they discover jaws and skeleton of ‘Siberian Loch Ness monster’ deep down remote lake’s waters
A Russian scientist has made the first deep plunge in the waters of Yakutia’s Lake Labynkyr which claims to be home to a ‘Siberian Loch Ness monster’. The fact has a real chance to be registered in the Guinness Book of Records, a statement of the Russian Geografical Society (RGO) has said.
Head of the RGO underwater research team Dmitry Shiller went down to the bottom of one of the world’s coldest lakes located in the remote Yakutia region of Russia’s Siberia. This was the first time a man plunged to the depths of the lake.
In winter the air temperature here drops down to minus 89 degree Celsius.
According to members of the team, the expedition’s aim was to take video footage of the lakes’ bottom and collect samples of water, flora and fauna.
Moreover, according to the scientists, with the help of an underwater scanner they discovered jaws and skeletal remains of a large animal.
Lake Labynkyr is known for its geographical characteristics, the depth of its cracks reaches 80 meters. Evenk and Yakut people, Yakutia natives, claim an underwater creature, a “Siberian Loch Ness monster”, lurks in there.
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