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A video of a possible woolly mammoth has surfaced recently, which is an animal that most scientists say has not been around for the past four millennia. The video features a blurry, dark creature crossing over a river. The animal was “caught by a government-employed engineer last summer in the Chukotka Autonomous Okrug region of Siberia,” according to an article in The Sun newspaper.

As the video makes its way around the internet, thousands of people are making their voices heard about the creature in it. Most people settle on one of two explanations, and neither of those includes the woolly mammoth.


Quite a few people think that the video is a fake; with the creature either being an elephant or a mammoth generated by a computer. One of the biggest reasons for people believing the video is a fake is because it was posted by Michael Cohen. Cohen is a paranormal hobbyist who has worked on other videos involving UFOs and paranormal activity that have come into question in the past.

The length of the video is incredibly short, not going over 10 seconds, and ends prior to the creature reaching the shore closest to the camera, which would give the viewer a better look. Would someone who spots a woolly mammoth stop filming only 10 seconds into the video? We think not. The other popular train of thought across the internet community is that the creature is actually a bear carrying a fish in its teeth.

A third theory for the video has surfaced recently, which combines the first two theories into one. This theory says that the creature is a bear and the video is a fake. For instance, the person filming the footage knew that the creature was a bear but knew his sight would be much better than what people watching the video would see. Either the videographer or the person who found the video at a later time decided to post it as some internet fun.

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A veteran Hollywood video-effects worker who previously determined fake UFO videos says that this one looks to have been intentionally blurred to prevent viewers from seeing the creature.

“Even low-resolution cameras can focus fairly well on something,” Derek Serra said. “But there’s really nothing in this video in focus. The rocks in the foreground have a blur to them that doesn’t seem natural.”

Another aspect that adds intrigue to the mystery is the fact that the video reportedly was shot over the summer. So how come it has not been seen prior to now? If this is a woolly mammoth, how come the Russian engineer keep quiet about the find for six months?


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