Hunters in a remote community in the Canadian Arctic are concerned about a beeping sound that’s scaring animals away from a popular hunting area.
(ed:..ya just gotta luv ‘mysterious pinging noise’s…eh..?…from underwater is just a bonus..)
The Canadian armed forces have sent a crew to investigate reports of a mysterious ‘pinging’ sound that seemed to be coming from the sea floor.
Hunters in a remote community in the Canadian Arctic have become concerned about a pinging or beeping sound they say they’ve been hearing in the Fury and Hecla Strait – a channel of water that’s 120km (75 miles) north-west of the Inuit hamlet Igloolik.
‘And this time around, this summer there were hardly any.
And this became a suspicious thing’ he said.