October 5, 2012 12:55
Fishermen and foresters say — in Siberia live band yetis.
In the past few weeks, there were three cases of encounters with these creatures.
It tells about a meeting with one of the witnesses: "We shouted to them," Do you need help? "They ran away up the hill. They were all covered with hair, walked on two legs, and made their way through the bush with two other extremities. "
The man, who said of the collision with the yeti, adds, "It could be a bear, as bears walk on four legs, and the creatures were running on two. And then they disappeared. "
In the second case, the shallow river Mras-Su (river in the Kemerovo region, flows in Mountain Shoria, approx. Mixednews.ru) a few days later an unknown fisherman said: "We have seen several high animals that look like people."
He added: "Our binoculars were broken and did not allow us to properly consider them. We waved to them, but they did not respond and quickly ran back into the woods, moving at the same time on two legs. "
"We noticed that they were dressed in dark clothing, and were covered with dark fur. They walked like men. "
And in the third case, according to the official authorities, the forest inspector told a meeting with snow people in the national park.
Sergei Adlyakov says: "There was not like a bear, and quickly disappeared, breaking several branches of the bushes."
Leading Russian expert on Bigfoot Igor Burtsev, head of the International Centre hominology, said that the testimonies of meetings with snow people were "significant."
During a similar expedition last year, he said the finding Bigfoot hair, but no evidence of DNA analysis have been published.
He argues that this creature — also known as Bigfoot and Saskuotch — missing link between Neanderthals and modern humans.
Burtsev previously stated that in the Kemerovo region of the population lives about 30 yeti.
He said: "We have a fairly strong evidence that the snow people live in our region, and we have heard convincing details from experts from Russia, as well as from the U.S. and Canada."
"The descriptions of these habits yetis are identical across the globe."