Mysterious 100-foot hole found in Siberia

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Mysterious 100-foot hole found in Siberia

The discovery of yet another mysterious crater in the Arctic baffles scientists After battling a heat wave and wildfires, Siberia has yet again made the headlines in climate news this year.  Earlier this summer, a Russian TV crew flying over the Siberian tundra made an alarming discovery: an enormous crater, 100 feet deep and 66 feet wide.  According to scientists, this crater is the ninth one spotted since 2013. However, they are unsure what caused the formation. After the discovery of the first crater, rumours of a UFO landing causing…

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