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Mysterious water monster recorded in China

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It seems China gets its water monster. Wang Hongdzhao, vratoen the Kanas Lake in northwest China's accident with his camera recorded the wet monster. The case to be interesting, testified for the monster and his colleagues and tourists who came to observe clouds at higher altitudes. According to statements of tourists suddenly appeared more monsters, or have seen their white traces on the surface of the lake. But according to Director of the Institute for scientific research was just some kind of salmon. Kanas Lake, which means "beautiful, mysterious lake" in Mongolian language, is the deepest lake in China with a maximum depth of 188.5 meters and is 24 kilometers wide. This lake is known for numerous sightings of water monsters similar to those of Scottish lake Loch Ness.