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Siberian forest is shaped to spell 'Lenin'


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7 hours ago, UM-Bot said:

A Russian drone photographer has captured aerial images of a particularly unique pine tree formation.

https://www.unexplained-mysteries.com/news/337813/siberian-forest-is-shaped-to-spell-out-lenin

It's visible on Google Earth, just west of the town's south-west corner.

6 hours ago, OverSword said:

Burn it down :D 

Why waste the effort? The trees will either die (like Lenin) or they'll be taken down by people (like statues of Lenin).

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Foolish. Next thing you know, they'll be carving a mountain into the likeness of past leaders.......

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It's just a mark for aliens to see and land there UFO's

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55°50'51.3"N 72°10'18.8"E in case anyone wants to see it. 

But can anyone give an explanation when you zoom further out there are so many holes in the ground? It looks more like the surface of the moon with all the craters. 

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51 minutes ago, ExoPaul said:



But can anyone give an explanation when you zoom further out there are so many holes in the ground? It looks more like the surface of the moon with all the craters. 

Due to global warming the Siberian permafrost thaws, leaving a holes in the ground.

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1 hour ago, ExoPaul said:

55°50'51.3"N 72°10'18.8"E in case anyone wants to see it. 

But can anyone give an explanation when you zoom further out there are so many holes in the ground? It looks more like the surface of the moon with all the craters. 

Just lakes. There's no permafrost there, BTW.

https://www.britannica.com/place/Omsk-oblast-Russia

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"Small plantation on edge of small town" would be a more accurate description ;)  

As for the topography, I must admit I thought melting permafrost until I saw where the town is.   Don't know anything about the geology of that area of southern Siberia ..... :unsure2:

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