Scientists Team Up To Hunt Yetis
October 5, 2011 by staff
Scientists Team Up To Hunt Yetis, A new Russian expedition is underway in efforts to gather evidence of Yeti. Just a month after former heavyweight champion Nikolai Valuev was unable to find the creature, a new team of international scientists for travel intelligence through the icy landscape of Siberia.
Yeti sightings have increased as of late in the Kemerovo region, a region that stretches 3,000 kilometers across four time zones with more and more people come forward with stories appealing. The head of the ‘Yeti institute in Kemerovo State University is none other than Igor Burtsev. A well known and controversial figure of cryptozoology. Burtsev hominids has been studying for years and has been in pursuit of the Yeti, or its American cousin, Bigfoot. Probably the most controversial of his studies is his relationship with Janice Carter (also known as “The Lady of Bigfoot”).
The teams believe there could be up 30 of these creatures living in the vast region and set out in search of them. Recently, a woman from Siberia had been submitted to talk about his terrifying account with a Yeti:
“There was a tall, but not giant. He was covered in long brown-gray hair, like a bear. It was a bear – I have lived all my life in Siberia and not make the same mistake. This creature walked like a human being, or almost like a human being. ”
I know that Mr. Burtsev has had a tumultuous career chasing the mythical creature. With criticism from leading scientists and Cryptozoology community, I am supporting the man.
Igor Burtsev, the center’s director, believes that about 30 Yetis live in the Kuzbass coal mining Kemerovo, where villagers say steal sheep and chickens. Claims that they are the Neanderthals that survived until today.
The event occurs after the most recent expedition to find the Yeti is not, despite the efforts of Russia, world champion boxer Nikolai Valuyev, known as the “Beast of the East”.
“Valuyev failed to meet the Yeti himself, but how they discovered traces, like tree branches broken,” said a local government spokesman.
“By the time they reached the cave Azass, the expedition saw footprints of giants.”
Not surprisingly, there has been a degree of skepticism about the last game – at least not those who recognize it is just an attempt to boost tourism in Kemerovo.
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