Lake Kokkol, located in eastern Kazakhstan near Belukha Mountain, is rumored to be the home of a huge 45 foot long, serpentine like creature which either has adapted its reptilian metabolism to the cold water environment or is not a reptile at all but an unknown form of mammal.
In the summer of 1976, geological professor A. Petjerskjj reportedly saw the monster, dubbed Kokkol after the lake it calls home, at a distance of some 20 to 30 feet from shore. He described Kokkol as having a 6 foot head and a long tail that whipped the surface of the water as it moved. Beyond the information gained from this sighting little is known about Kokkol as sightings are extremely rare.
No physical evidence has been discovered to suggest the existence of Kokkol.
In the summer of 1976, Russian geological professor A. Petjerskjj reportedly saw monster at a distance of some 20 to 30 feet from shore.
The Stats (Where applicable)
Classification: Lake Monster
Size: 45 feet in length
Location: Lake Kokkol, Kazakhstan