Mystery sound at bottom sea in Arctic area is military investigated

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The area is a narrow channel of water in Nunavut, which is the newest, largest and least populous territory of Canada, located next to Greenland. It’s one of the major hunting areas in the summer and winter. Local people had frightened animals away over the past few months. due to this sound. A military aircraft conducted various multi-sensor searches in the area but officials said on Friday the crew did not detect any surface or sub-surface contacts and is unable to explain the cause of the “acoustic anomalies”.

The cause of the pinging noise remains a mystery as long as it was proved that it’s not a sonar survey conducted by a mining company, it’s not generated by military submarines or even a Greenpeace way to scare wildlife away from the rich hunting ground.

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