Two More Mysterious Deep Holes in Siberia’s “End of the World.”

“It is not like these three craters are the work of men, but they also don't look like natural formations.”

- Unnamed scientist about mysterious Siberian craters

 

Above map of three mysterious deep holes in Siberia. 262 feet in diameter, “Crater 1” on Yamal Peninsula near the Bovanenkovo natural gas and oil fields was first reported on July 16, 2014, when scientists went to investigate. Following that news, locals in the Taz District of Antipayuta, Yamal Peninsula, said a year ago they had also discovered a big hole, “Crater 2,” that was about 50 feet in diameter on September 27, 2013. After that,  reindeer herders on Taymyr Peninsula east of Yamal have also reported yet a third unexplained "Crater 3," a very deep hole about 13 feet in diameter. Map © 2014 by MailOnline.
Above map of three mysterious deep holes in Siberia. 262 feet in diameter, “Crater 1” on Yamal Peninsula near the Bovanenkovo natural gas and oil fields was first reported on July 16, 2014, when scientists went to investigate. Following that news, locals in the Taz District of Antipayuta, Yamal Peninsula, said a year ago they had also discovered a big hole, “Crater 2,” that was about 50 feet in diameter on September 27, 2013. After that, reindeer herders on Taymyr Peninsula east of Yamal have also reported yet a third unexplained "Crater 3," a very deep hole about 13 feet in diameter. Map © 2014 by MailOnline.
Red circle on left marks "Crater 1" on Yamal Peninsula west of "Crater 3" red circle on Taymyr Peninsula that extend into the Kara Sea between the North Pole and Siberia.
Red circle on left marks "Crater 1" on Yamal Peninsula west of "Crater 3" red circle on Taymyr Peninsula that extend into the Kara Sea between the North Pole and Siberia.

July 31, 2014  Yamal Peninsula and Taymyr Peninsula, Siberia - The Siberian Times reports that two more deep holes have been found in Siberia's “end of the world” Yamal Peninsula and Taymyr Peninsula on the Kara Sea. This is after the mid-July discovery of a still-unexplained huge hole that scientists traveled to Yamal Peninsula on July 16th to investigate a 262-foot-diameter hole near the natural gas and oil fields of Bovanenkovo. Scientists were looking for suspected evidence of heat and scorching, but did not find any around that first hole. See First Hole further below.

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