In one of the worlds coldest lakes in the remote area of Siberia in Russia a mysterious creature was said to lurk. Lake Labynkyr has depths of up to 80 meters or over 260 feet and the locals have long reported sightings of a large creature that inhabits its waters. The creature is known as the Siberian Loch Ness Monster and a group of scientist called RGO underwater research team think they may have founds the creatures remains.
Dmitry Shiller the head of the RGO underwater research team dove down to the depths of Lake Labynkyr the first time any man has been down to the lake bottom. The expeditions aim was to gather samples of water , fauna, and flora from lake and to get some footage of the lake bottom. But according to scientist along with help from a underwater scanner they discovered much more the jaws and skeletal remains of a large unknown creature on the lake bottom. They believe this could very well be the remains of the Siberian Loch Ness Monster.
The Russian Geografical Society said in a statement that in their opinion the fact has a real chance to be registered in the Guinness Book of Records. Many are still skeptical as to what kind of creature the remains actually belong to and want to wait for more information and proof before they buy into any claims of it being the Siberian version of the Loch Ness Monster.