These two new Siberia mysterious holes discovered baffle scientists!
It is not like this is the work of men, but also doesn’t look like natural formation.
As already reported four days ago, a new mysterious giant crater was found in the Siberian tundra. There are not two but three new sinkholes actually! The two last ones are smaller than the first giant crater but of similar structure. But the origin of these mysterious holes baffle scientists.
The second large crater: The sinkhole of Antipayuta
This hole is ‘just’ 50 feet (15 meters) and situated near Antipayuta in the Yamal Peninsula. It is also surrounded by ground outside. A result of an underground explosion? Maybe!
The hole has formed on September 27 2013. Explanations range from weird smoking flash to celestial body impact.
Third giant hole: The Crater of Nosok
The cavity is not wide (13 feet or 4 meters) but amazingly deep (197 and 328 feet—60 and 100 meters). It was discovered by herders near the village of Nosok, in Krasnoyarsk region.