Russian fishermen are demanding an investigation into a mysterious “lake monster” they claim has snatched missing anglers. People who claim to have seen the creature in Lake Chany in eastern Russia have described it as “snake-like” and said it has a long neck, similar to Scotland’s famous Loch Ness monster. According to others, the creature, dubbed Nesski, has fins and a huge tail. Last week, a 59-year-man went missing from the lake under mysterious circumstances. Local resident Vladimir Golishev, said he saw the fisherman being pulled into the water. “I was with my friend … some 300 yards from the shore,” he was quoted by the Daily Mail as saying.”He had something huge on his bait, and he stood up in the boat to reel it in. “But it pulled with such force that he overturned the boat.
I was in shock- I had never seen anything like it in my life.” The fisherman’s body has not yet been found and his death has renewed calls for an investigation into if a creature lurks beneath the surface of the water.According to official figures 19 people have drowned in the lake in the past year. Most of their remains have not been found. news from: news.ninemsn.com ~ Lake Chany — the largest lake in West Siberia. Lake Chany is located in Novosibirsk Region, West Siberia. Lake Chany is a closed lake and it is the largest lake in West Siberia. This lake appeared at the end of Ice Age, about 10-13 thousand years ago. Length of lake Chany is 91 km and width of this lake is 88 km. Area of lake Chany is changeable, it changed from 1400 to 2000 square km. Average depth of lake is about 2 meters and maximal depth is 7 meters. Maximal observed temperature of lake Chany water is 28.3°C. On the lake Chany are located about 70 islands. Lake Chany is light salted. There is local navigation on the lake.Lake Chany is a popular recreational area and popular place for summer and winter fishing for people from the nearest regions. There is also popular place for bird hunters. There are a camping sites on the lakeside. ~ GoodNews International
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