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Siberian 'Nessie' Discovered?

Siberian 'Nessie' Discovered?

An underwater scanner in Siberia's chilly Lake Labynkyr may have spotted the skeletal remains of a Russian 'sea monster' akin to Nessie. There have long been tales of a giant creature, nicknamed 'the Devil' that lives in the bottom of this remote lake. Pictured is an image that possibly shows the mystery beast popping its head out of the water. More at the Siberian Times and the Daily Mail.