The first official reported sighting of the creature by a white man was reported in 1790 in local Newspapers in a town now known as
There are said to be at least two types or species of Yowie The large Yowie is normally between 6-10ft and the smaller variety that is roughly 4-5ft.
There were a set of reports arose in the 1970s following the sighting of some large (too large to be a human), humanlike tracks by an Australian Air Force surveying team on
And the latest report April 2009 : http://www.news.com.au/story/0,23599,25369004-13762,00.html?from=public_rssdeveloped.
Territory Yowie researcher Andrew McGinn yesterday told the Northern Territory News the dog's death - in which its head was ripped from its body - could be the work of the Bigfoot-like beast.But Tim the Yowie Man, a former economist who turned his hand to Yowie research after spotting a hairy beast on a bushwalk 15 years ago, said he was concerned the Yowie was being incorrectly portrayed as an aggressive creature.
"In over 150 years of Yowie reports all over
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