Little is known about the Koskolteras Rhombopetrix, a name which was possibly indented to pay homage to Dr. Robert E. Rhine’s scientific designation of the Loch Ness Monster. The creature reportedly makes its home in Lake Koskol, which is located in the former Russian province of Kazakhstan. Much like other so called Lake Monsters living through out Russia Koskolteras Rhombopetrix has a very plesiosaur like figure suggesting a possible prehistoric origin.
Unfortunately there are only a few pieces of scant, second hand testimonies regarding Koskolteras Rhombopetrix’s existence. Years of political turmoil and the sheer remoteness of the area have prevented any real scientific investigation into the creature, but it may only be a matter of time before scientists trek to the area and find out exactly what is lurking in the waters of Lake Koskol.
No physical evidence has been discovered that would suggest the existence of a creature such as Koskolteras Rhombopetrix living in Lake Koskol.
No documented sightings of Koskolteras Rhombopetrix could be found at this time.
The Stats – (Where applicable)
• Classification: Lake Monster
• Size: Unknown
• Weight: Unknown
• Diet: Unknown
• Location: Lake Koskol, Kazakhstan
• Movement: Unknown
• Environment: Lake