Siberia's crater

Experts descending into the depths of Siberia’s mystery crater, to explore the 98ft-wide hole, to know more about its origins.

Above Image from siberiantimes.com by Vladimir Pushkarev / Russian Centre of Arctic Exploration



The experts that taking part of the expedition, used climbing gear to reach the frozen lake inside the crater.

Three similar craters have been found in the northern Russia.

Siberia's crater (5)

Image from siberiantimes.com by Vladimir Pushkarev / Russian Centre of Arctic Exploration

They believe that the crater was formed by released gas hydrates causing blowout.

It’s also believed to be the same phenomenon that happened in the Bermuda Triangle in the Atlantic Ocean.

Siberia's crater (3)

Image from siberiantimes.com by Vladimir Pushkarev / Russian Centre of Arctic Exploration

Siberia's crater (4)

Image from siberiantimes.com by Vladimir Pushkarev / Russian Centre of Arctic Exploration

Siberia's crater (2)

Image from siberiantimes.com by Vladimir Pushkarev / Russian Centre of Arctic Exploration

Siberia's crater (1)

Image from siberiantimes.com by Vladimir Pushkarev / Russian Centre of Arctic Exploration

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