Siberian craters may help in solving Bermuda Triangle mystery

Scientists have claimed that giant Siberian craters that were recently found might help in solving the long standing mystery of Bermuda Triangle.

London: Scientists have claimed that giant Siberian craters that were recently found might help in solving the long standing mystery of Bermuda Triangle.

For decades reports of large vessels vanishing without a trace when entering the part of the North Atlantic Ocean famously known as 'Bermuda Triangle' have been reported with no explanation, the Daily Express reported.

Experts observed in their working theory that the craters were likely caused by explosions from gas hydrates which also might have led to ships and planes disappearing in Bermuda.

The notorious region stretches from the British Overseas Territory in the North Atlantic Ocean to the Florida coast, to Puerto Rico. The earliest know allegations of unusual disappearances in the Bermuda Triangle emerged in September 1950.

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