January 23, 2012 15:53
NEW DELHI, January 7. / Itar-Tass /. In the Altai region, allegedly, literally from day to day can find a "Bigfoot". With this legendary creature hope to get to know and in tropical India, where people obviously lucky to have frequent meetings with the relic hominoids.
Strongly lucky, for example, a forester Dipu Marak, who can not forget how in 2003 three head-faced Mande barungom on jungle-clad hills of the Garo in the north-eastern state of Meghalaya. So if fear had suffered Dipu.
At the first meeting of the forest people, the local language Mande barung in the thicket was going to try some fruit, but the appearance of a forester distracted him from the table. Wild hairy biped and worth in the eyes of Dipu. "The growth of under three meters, covered with thick black and gray wool Mande barung froze, his hand gripping the branch" — until now gladly tells the story Dipu. After the humanoid disappeared into the jungle, the forester began to collect pieces of wool left barungom Mande, who then gave him to talk with British journalists. Scientists from the University of Oxford Brookes conducted their investigation, but have not yet come to a definite conclusion. However, they note a striking similarity of the samples of wool yeti that he found in the Himalayas, the first conqueror of Everest Australian Edmund Hillary.
Forester is not alone in Meghalaya met the hominoids. One resident saw Garo hills barunga Mande family, and someone else came across a breeding ground of these mysterious creatures that resembled a hut. And here's another interesting story. In the 1990s, Indian loggers allegedly seen in the jungle as "Bigfoot" hefty cudgel brushed off an angry elephant. Send then to the official site of the battle found there traces of the feet, which could be mistaken for a human, if not for its length of 60 inches!
These stories are superimposed on the prevailing north-east of India, the legend of how there once lived in a variety of hominoids, which residents forced out into the jungle or exterminated. As a result, steel relic apemen beings. They either died out completely untenable areas or anyone of them managed to survive and live up to our time. Those scientists who believe in such a possibility, it is believed that the Mande barungi — descendants of huge ape Gigantopithecus, who lived in ancient times in South and South-East Asia. The first material evidence of this version is found 80 years ago by scientists at the Chinese healers teeth that are considered dragon fangs and used in the preparation of medicines. Incisors, as it turned out, belonged to a similar ape essentially three meter growth. Its something scientists and then called Gigantopithecus.
In 2007, the newspaper wrote that the South-East Asia have discovered the skeleton of this creature, which had a growth of under 3 meters and may weigh 550 kilograms. The researchers Jen Reeves of the University of Massachusetts even put forward a bold version of that modern Yeti barungi Mande and other "snow people" — all of them descendants of Gigantopithecus and … man. From the first they got great size and vegetation on the body, and the person they borrowed certain business intelligence and skills. This, according to Reeves, and allowed the yeti live up to. As for the hypothesis of an American scientist in the scientific world immediately began to boil passion. They just add glow to the existence of the whole affair hominoids that different nations have different names, but that does not cease to cause a stir and a keen interest to him alas or fortunately still unsatisfied.