‘What is that?’ There is a ‘monstrous creature’ in the heavens of Mt. Baekdu… “Swimming through the current”

A video that appears to show an ‘unidentified organism’ swimming in Lake Cheonji at the top of Baekdu Mountain (Chinese name Changbai Mountain) is attracting attention after being released.

According to local media such as Hwangu Network, the Internet version of the Global Times, on the 11th (local time), the video of ‘Unidentified Creatures in Heaven’, which was filmed by a tourist at the top of Mt. Baekdu on the 7th , is rapidly spreading on various social networking services (SNS) .

The tourist who took the video explained, “I filmed the central point of heaven and earth, about 500 meters away from the top of Baekdu Mountain,” and “a mysterious creature was swimming and moving.”

In the video released by this tourist, an object with only the upper body visible was filmed swimming as if cutting through the current.

Light waves arose where this unidentified creature passed, reminiscent of the legendary ‘Nessie’ who lives in Loch바카라사이트 Ness, Scotland, England. It is reported that experts recently searched using high-tech equipment to uncover the true identity of ‘Nessie’, but were unable to find it.

In addition, rumors about strange creatures in Mt. Baekdu have been going on for 61 years. In 1962, a person reported seeing two strange creatures chasing each other in the water of Mt. Baekdu through a telescope. Afterwards, claims of seeing strange creatures in the water continued several times.

However, experts said that the ‘strange creature’ seen in the 1980s was a salmonid fish that lives in the sky, and China Central Television ( CCTV ) concluded that several objects swimming in the sky filmed in 2009 were amphibians.

In response to this, an official from the Baekdu Mountain management authority said, “We have not confirmed the identity of the object, but cats can swim,” and assumed that the object was a tiger or leopard that lives in this area.

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