Back in early 2013, is located in Siberia giant pit of unknown causes and preventive measures. According to the British "Daily Mail" reported recently, February 23, Russian scientists also found that in the three pits found four newly formed crater. However, scientists do not know why, these huge pits. Russian scientists say, it is necessary to start an emergency investigation.
Early 2013, a helicopter pilot reported last year from Cobo gas field 20 miles (about 32 kilometers) found a huge pit. Because this region found seven similar crater. The reason these big holes, many scientists say, these huge black holes may be due to the formation of global warming, permafrost temperature gas explosion in the area.
Science professor, deputy director of oil and gas Vasily bogoyavlensky Institute of the Russian Academy, said: "In the Arctic, we found seven similar crater, five located in the Yamal peninsula, an autonomous region on the Yamal peninsula, Claes another location. Krasnoyarsk (Siberia City) in the northern region, "he added:." We only know the specific location of four giant pits, and four other newly discovered three sites a huge crater has evolved into two lakes, local herdsmen, "and Yamal - pit was not found. "Professor Vasily said," I know we should not allow people to panic, but we must be careful to look at these new findings a huge pit. "
It is reported that in the four huge pit, the researchers named B2 is very interested in a huge crater. COBO pit in the gas sector in the south last year, only 6 miles (9.7 km). In the satellite images do not show any signs of a huge crater, but recent satellite images show that there is a huge area of ??5000 square meters of the lake.
According to reports, by a lake 100 meters long, 50 meters wide puddle evolution. In addition, the Great Lakes about 1--2 meters wide puddle.
In addition, residents living in another pit Yamal Peninsula, said the report, before a huge hole and saw a flash. Researchers also suspect that permafrost is so huge pit of global warming caused by the formation of explosive gas