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What is the strange object in the Baltic seabed?

Last year, a group of explorers from the Swedish coast discovered a strange object-shaped disc at the bottom of the Baltic Sea. Fixed object ringing routine scans the water in the hope of finding the wrecks to save. At that time, they were not sure what it was, so they planned to return to the site this summer to see it firsthand. After that, they are still not sure what they found.

The object is said to be 18 meters (60 feet) around and rises like a mushroom head 3-4 meters (10-13 feet) above the seabed. Also, the end of a long flat bottom 985 feet road gives the impression that the object landed at the bottom of the Baltic Sea after falling from above.

Divers said they were awaiting a giant stone of some kind, but not exactly what they found. They found what they described as an egg-shaped opening at the top and strange circular stone formations around them that look like small fireplaces. Unusual volcanic activity is excluded mainly because there has never been any indication of such activity in the region.

One of the team members said it was the strangest thing I'd ever experienced as a professional diver. Another said he had never seen anything like this in more than 6,000 dives. What exactly? Who do you know, you can have a look at a video via Gizmodo. It seems to be a huge rock of some kind, even if it is unusually smooth. Maybe a meteor that survived the entry into Earth's atmosphere, then rapidly cooled in the waters of the Baltic Sea.

Whatever it is, I think we all know who the right person for the job is. Someone get Cameron on the phone stat