Cars That Stuck on Baikal Lake Ice [25 photos]

Cars That Stuck on Baikal Lake Ice [25 photos]

Russian Baikal lake is big. It is called to be the deepest lake in Europe – also most clean source of drinking water in the whole Eurasia region. Many come there for fishing – winter is not exclusion – people come for winter fishing. Many think the ice is thick and go on the ice with cars. This is pretty bad decision as the local police service published tens of photos of cars that go down the Baikal ice. Here are a few:

Cars That Stuck on Baikal Lake Ice [25 photos]

Cars That Stuck on Baikal Lake Ice [25 photos]

Cars That Stuck on Baikal Lake Ice [25 photos]

Cars That Stuck on Baikal Lake Ice [25 photos]

Cars That Stuck on Baikal Lake Ice [25 photos]

Cars That Stuck on Baikal Lake Ice [25 photos]

Cars That Stuck on Baikal Lake Ice [25 photos]

Cars That Stuck on Baikal Lake Ice [25 photos]

Cars That Stuck on Baikal Lake Ice [25 photos]

Cars That Stuck on Baikal Lake Ice [25 photos]

Cars That Stuck on Baikal Lake Ice [25 photos]

Cars That Stuck on Baikal Lake Ice [25 photos]

Cars That Stuck on Baikal Lake Ice [25 photos]

Cars That Stuck on Baikal Lake Ice [25 photos]

Cars That Stuck on Baikal Lake Ice [25 photos]

Cars That Stuck on Baikal Lake Ice [25 photos]

Cars That Stuck on Baikal Lake Ice [25 photos]

Cars That Stuck on Baikal Lake Ice [25 photos]

Cars That Stuck on Baikal Lake Ice [25 photos]

Cars That Stuck on Baikal Lake Ice [25 photos]

Cars That Stuck on Baikal Lake Ice [25 photos]

Cars That Stuck on Baikal Lake Ice [25 photos]

Cars That Stuck on Baikal Lake Ice [25 photos]

Cars That Stuck on Baikal Lake Ice [25 photos]

It’s pretty pity – they are spoiling water this way.

 

8 thoughts on “Cars That Stuck on Baikal Lake Ice [25 photos]”

  1. CLEANEST WATER IN EURASIA?? Is that just something you guys have been repeating so long that you’ll always believe it? Bu11$#!+ just look at all the garbage in there. Or maybe it IS the cleanest water in Eurasia and I’m lucky I don’t live there.

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  2. Deepest in the world. 12% deeper than 2nd deepest which is Lake Tanganyika in central Africa. Next is the Caspian Sea followed by one in Antarctica and thereafter (#5) comes one that straddles Chile and Argentina. Thereafter, back to Africa and thence to Kyrgyzstan. Finally we reach North America for one in Canada’s far north and back down to Crater Lake in one of the US’s western states, Oregon. A wild swing to Indoneisa gets us back to warmer climes but not for long. A brief stint at the familiar Argentina/Chile border launches us toward distant Norway with a boomerang west over to Canada (#13) then a repeat visit to Indonesia, a wild swing back to Eurasia for a lake in Tajikistan and then whooosh! “USA? It’s us again.” Argentina beckons but it’s a stopover only as we are expected in New Zealand en route back to dear old Norway. Italy isn’t very far from Norway, so let’s swing by Como before a frankly annoying revisit of New Zealand. At least we will go north to Japan before ionce again risking lockdown if a sled dog sneezes one more time and then we will end up on the US/Canada border to contemplate the name of the world’s 36th-largest lake, Lake Superior. Did I skip any? Wondering because it says Canada has the greatest number of the planets 36th deepest lakes, with 4.5. For the lakes with the greatest mean depths, there’s Canada again with an unbeatable 7.5. A second place tie recognizes Indonesia and Norway for four each.

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