A weather station on the island of Alexandra Land in the Arctic Circle is involved in a story concerning secret Nazi science projects and meteorologists poisoned by polar bear meat. The story is so peculiar, it’s frequently expelled as an odd war-time myth. Be that as it may, somewhere in the range of 72 years after the fact, Russian specialists have unearthed the site of this lost climate station, alongside a modest bunch of wartime relics from the 1940s, as per the Russian Arctic National Park.
“Before it was only known from written sources, but now we also have real proof,” said Evgeny Ermolov, a senior researcher at the National Park, in a statement.
The station, known as the Fortune Seeker or Schatzgraber, was a mystery Nazi-period meteorological station that was worked by Germany on the Franz Josef Land archipelago amid the Second World War.