Russian scientists have found the jaws and skeleton of the Siberian Loch Ness monster.
Divers braved temperatures of minus 42C to investigate long-held beliefs that a monster lives at the bottom of the remote Lake Labynkyr 4,500 miles east of Moscow in the Siberian wilderness.
And the divers found conclusive evidence of Siberian Loch Ness monster
Using an underwater scanner they discovered a jaw and skeletal remains that are definitely the notorious ‘Devil’ that was first reported by locals in the 19th century … Reports of a monster in Lake Labynkyr pre-date claims about the Loch Ness monster in Scotland .
Vladimir Putin told reporters that Russians are always first in “everything” and that Russians were the first to spot the Loch Ness Monster… not the Scots.
There have been all sorts of rumors that the creature could be: a giant pike, a relic reptile or an amphibia. But top Russian scientists confirm: it’s a sea monster! And it probably measures 33 feet in length.The lake puzzles scientists because unlike millions of others in Siberia it does not freeze solid in winter but maintains a temperature of at least plus 2C on the surface. More than 3,000 ft above sea level, it is in the same district as Oymyakon, the coldest inhabited village on earth.
Native Evenk and Yakut people have long claimed a ‘ Nesski’ lurks in its depths.
Known as ‘the Devil’, testimony dating back to the 19th century says the monster has enormous jaws.
And now… the Devil has been found!