The Russian scientist claims the command of a fighting creature under Antarctic ice

Russian scientists have created a new well in Lake Vostok, a prehistoric Antarctic water mass that was sealed for millions of years three years after the previous mission was prematurely discontinued as a result of an accident that caused contamination of the sample.


Now the ugly Russian scientist has surfaced with reason because of what really happened when he and his colleagues went missing five days in a mysterious lake for 12,366 feet under Antarctic ice.

Dr. Anton Padalka told the Swiss authorities that the researchers had discovered a strange and deadly form of life called “46-B Organ” by a very clever octopus-like creature that claimed the lives of three team members.

Lake Vostok is the largest of almost 400 known subglacial lakes of Antarctica. Lake Vostok is located at the southern pole of the cold near the Russian East Railway Station under the surface of the central East Antarctic ice sheet, which is 3,488 meters (11,444 feet) above average sea level. The surface of this freshwater lake is about 4,000 m (13,100 feet) below the surface of the ice, which makes it approximately 500 m (1600 ft) below sea level.

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