Sunday, 17 May 2009

more Siberian Yeti/ bigfoot evidence?

Siberians complain about Bigfoot’s appetite

14 May, 02:47 PM

The local Shor people in Kemerovo Region, Siberia, are reporting that something is snatching up the wild leek crop that is a staple of their diet, Itar-Tass Siberia reports. The onion-lovers leave behind abundant large footprints with clearly defined toes, similar to the prints found in the area earlier this year, the news service continues.

Bigfoot sightings are common in this remote section of the taiga and they have received attention worldwide. An expedition headed by director of the International Center for Hominology Igor Burtsev visited the area at the end of March to study footprints found in Azasskaya Cave, but the effort resulted in little new information.

Now local Tashtagol District administrator Vladimir Makuta notes that he has received 14 new written reports of yeti sightings near the cave and the nearby Mrassu River. The witnesses say the creature – thought by some to be a relict hominoid – is 1.5-2 meters (5-6.5 feet) tall and covered in reddish black fur.

There have been numerous discoveries of large humanoid footprints near an isolated cave in southwestern Siberia. A noted expert has traveled to the site and confirmed the presence of the bigfoot activity. Difficult conditions are hampering the investigation, however.

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