Monday 10 October 2011

proof of yeti claim scientists

Siberian region says it has Yeti proof
A Russian region in Siberia says it has "indisputable proof" that its mountains are home to the Yeti.The local administration of the Kemerovo region in the south of Siberia said in a statement on its website that footprints and possibly even hair samples belonging to the yeti were found on the research trip to its remote mountains."During the expedition to the Azasskaya cave, conference participants gathered indisputable proof that the Shoria mountains are inhabited by the 'Snow Man'," the Kemerovo region administration said in a press release.The expedition was organised after Kemerovo's governor invited researchers from the United States, Canada, and several other countries to share their research and stories of encounters with the creature at a conference."They found his footprints, his supposed bed, and various markers with which the yeti marks his territory," the statement said. The collected "artifacts" will be analysed in a special laboratory, it said.
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Is this finally proof the Yeti exists? Abominable Snowman 'close to being caught' after coarse hair is found in remote Russian cave

  • Villagers say 7ft-tall beast has been stealing livestock
  • More than a dozen eyewitness accounts of seeing Yeti
By Rick Dewsbury
Last updated at 9:17 PM on 10th October 2011
Yeti hunters claim to have discovered 'indisputable proof' of the fabled beast after grey hair was found in a remote Russian cave.Researchers who led an international expedition in search of the Abominable Snowman said that they are closer than ever to catching one the creatures.The extraordinarily bold claims came despite no convincing photographic evidence or any proven discoveries such as bones, remains or DNA samples from a four day mission to Kuzbass in Russia.Instead, researchers were led to a cave which contained a single unclear footprint and a small sample of grey-coloured 'hair' found on a clump of moss which has yet to be analysed.The cave is known to have been visited by hundreds of tourists in the weeks before the Yeti researchers arrived.The four-day event is seen by critics as an attempt to establish the Kuzbass wild coal-mining area of the Kemerovo region as an unlikely tourist destination.It is thought to be an ambition of the supporters of Vladimir Putin's United Russia Party who run the local government some 2,600 miles east of Moscow.

Yetis and other examples of 'Cryptozoology'
A Russian region in Siberia has proclaimed that it has "indisputable proof" yetis exist. So what are the other undiscovered creatures out there.

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