The existence of this “Nessie” like creature was allegedly first reported on a Soviet radio program in 1977. Lake Koskol is located in the former Soviet province of Kazakhstan — is the reputed home of yet another archetypal plesiosaur.
The first accounts of this creature were reportedly broadcast on a Soviet radio program in 1977. These reports suggested that the animal was most likely prehistoric in origin. Dubbed Koskolteras rhombopterix by an anonymous researcher, there are, unfortunately, only a few pieces of scant, second-hand testimony regarding this creature’s existence.
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