This video is doing the rounds. (Warning, may have sound/swearing - I have sound turned off on my PC.)
It was apparently shot in Lithuania and shows a hole in an ice-covered pond, with a strange pulsating red “something” at the bottom of it. You can see ripples on the surface of the water (eg 1:22 into the video) but no obvious steam. You can also see a frog swimming around towards the end of the video, seemingly unperturbed.
I assume it is a warm spring that has melted the ice, and the red stuff is some kind of iron-stained gunk (bacteria/algae) in the spring, being covered and uncovered by the sticks and mud on the bottom of the water.
However the ice appears to have been shattered rather violently, rather than melted in a smooth hole like I would expect. Some people seem to think it was a meteorite or something that has deposited the “object” into the pond.
What say the Dope?