March 6, 2014

Strange Creature filmed in a pond in Lithuania - Mar 6, 2014

The story before footage.

Witness report: So I was walking with my dog in the evening just before sunset, we were travelling into vast fields of nature to escape common modern view.

By accident I found a pond. It catched my interest since i saw a waterhole in the middle of it. Usually people drills waterholes in their ponds where fish lives, at winter time, so fish can breathe.

I thought I will see some fishes and stuff... But as soon as i came closer, I noticed that it was evaporating. You can't see this in the video since I was filming with my phone which has not a high resolution camera.

When I stepped on that frozen pond, farther away from that waterhole (where i was standing) ice was 20 centimeters thick or even more. And that waterhole looked like it was melted with fire or something... You can see around that waterhole that there is snow or maybe ice particles blasted away from the center of this waterhole.

It is not volcanic activity. In the middle of Europe, Lithuania, there are no volcanoes or underground volcanic currents. Plus water would be boiling. There are no pipes in the middle of nowhere, so not a damaged pipe...

Natural Gas or oil? Impossible, it is not hot and why only the part of this whole pond is melted just above this thing/activity-reason?

At first glance, it looks like a jellyfish, but it is not. What was really there is still unknown for me.

 

16 comments:

  1. Thats one of the damnedest things ive ever seen.
    I cannot tell if it is a life form or some reactive chemical goo at the bottom of the pond.

    I did see the frog moving past how ever, in Winter conditions!
    This means the water is heated, and the frog was kicked out of hibernation.
    Frogs are Not active in freezing conditions.

    I have No explanation. But what ever it is, its Not fake.

    ~ VARAKIENEN

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  2. It appears to be some sort of underwater spring, releasing water that is warmer than that of the surface... hence why some of the ice has frozen and as to why that frog still appears to be active. It can simply be the moving waters kicking up silts and clays underneath.

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  3. Looks like a spring to me, but springs don't go up and down...they just bubble up. So I only other thing I can think of is some sort of under water creature. Remember, there is a lot that we still don't know about under water. It's alive whatever it is. Might be some kind of starfish feeding on whatever microorganism's that are coming out of the spring. It does look warmer than the rest of the pond. That would be a spring, they stay the same degree's year around.

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  4. This needs to be posted to reddit......I think we could get some solid info there.....

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  5. Totally bizarre and freaky!!! (Coast To Coast Am sent me here, by the way) It seemed to ungulate like an Octopus, and i believe some of them can make their color fluctuate like that. If it's not a creature that moves, has anyone looked into the possibility of some kind of "intelligent" plant, fungus or algae?
    The guy said his video quality sucked, i WISH my Rumor Touch had such good resolution!!! Great video!

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  6. obviously the water is a heated natural spring.Cause the frog. So it is probably some type of natural plant,algae almost like a mushroom type plant that is moving at the bottom of this spring/pond. If you look at any pond,lake or water form most plants will move. Some plant formes are living more so than others like the venus fly trap. Algae also has a tendency to move a lot under water. I would guess that it may be some form of a living active underwater plant life.

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    1. Yeah, definitely deserves a poke with a long strong sharp stick just to know if it's intelligent! It may be The BLOB!!!

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    2. Umm...anyone see Creepshow 2?

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  7. Might be tubiflex worms! They are rather freaky worms that bunch together and move or react in unison. Their rapid movement might be to keep warm.

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  8. It's life, Jim, but not as we know it.

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  9. I have seen that before. It is a spring that has different density materials on it. They move around when the water comes out of the spring. The dark stuff on the top is probably water logged wood chips, and the red is sand that came up from the spring or was put there and collected. It does look cool, but it is not an animal

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  10. Its some kind of hot spring. Which is why its thee only spot not frozen. hence the frog swimming around like its the summer time. An the reddish color is probably clay an its mixing with the brown mud at times giving it the disappearing illusion.

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  11. Ever been there since? Gotta check it out! Looks shallow enough to wade.

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  12. Or try poking it with a long stick lol whatever possible to find out what it is

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