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13 Weird Things People Found At The Bottom Of Lakes. #11 Is A Nightmare For Zoologists!

Huge water bodies that you usually see are actually not that big but yes, to be frank, they are deep. So it can be very hard to imagine and believe what could be inside those because they are so dark, deep and big. This can apply to any of the water bodies you can think of, be it ponds, lakes, oceans and other water bodies too.

Have you ever thought of the kind of things that could be resting under so many water bodies? Well, take some time out and look at these things that people have found under the beds of so many lakes.

I assure you this would be totally a new experience for you.

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13 Weird Things People Found At The Bottom Of Lakes. #11 Is A Nightmare For Zoologists!

13 Weird Things People Found At The Bottom Of Lakes. #11 Is A Nightmare For Zoologists!

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1. 11-foot marble statue of Jesus at the bottom of Lake Michigan. 

1. 11-foot marble statue of Jesus at the bottom of Lake Michigan. 

In honour of the dead divers.

2.  Nazi nuclear antiques were submerged at the bottom of the Lake Tinn.

2.  Nazi nuclear antiques
were submerged at the bottom of the Lake Tinn.

3.  Reddit user Sullivan 16's sibling discovered this mask while diving for clams.

3.  Reddit user Sullivan
16’s sibling discovered this mask while diving for clams.

4. Fake skeletons with wigs and glasses were tied to lawn chairs at the bottom of lake.

4. Fake skeletons with wigs and glasses were tied to lawn chairs at the bottom of lake.

5. Millennium Falcon is known as Baltic Sea anomaly.

5. Millennium Falcon is known as Baltic Sea anomaly.

This is made of bunch of stone and not metal.

6. Bluffton at the Lake Buchanan unveiled tombstones and foundations of the 1800s.

6. Bluffton at the Lake Buchanan unveiled tombstones and foundations of the 1800s.

7. This mound in the Sea of Galilee is considered to be twice as big as Stonehenge.

7. This mound in the Sea of Galilee is considered to be
twice as big as Stonehenge.

This even is said to share characteristics with old burial sites.

8. Hot water rising to the surface causes the holes to occur on the sides of the Lake Baikal.

8. Hot water rising to the surface causes the holes to occur
on the sides of the Lake Baikal.

And it is considered that the water is 4 miles deep and no such hydrothermal activity is seen in deeper parts of the lake except surface.

9. The underwater city was discovered off the Cuban coast in 2001.

9. The underwater city was discovered off the Cuban coast in
2001.

I guess this is the same island that got vanished and is talked in the stories of Mayans and Yucatecos.

10. The Yonaguni monument found off the coast of Japan. The monument found is quite massive.

10. The Yonaguni monument found off the coast of Japan. The
monument found is quite massive.

11. Remains of a sea serpent at the bottom of Lake Labynkyr in Siberia.

11. Remains of a sea serpent at the bottom of Lake Labynkyr in Siberia.

12. Foss lake (known by Death Lake) once showed up two cars with 3 bodies each.

12. Foss lake (known by Death Lake) once showed up two cars
with 3 bodies each.

13. Fully developed but the undetonated bomb was spotted at the bottom of Lake Washington in Seattle.

13. Fully developed but the undetonated bomb was spotted at the bottom of Lake Washington in Seattle.

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