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New Yeti resort to be opened in Siberia

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The new Yeti Park will be constructed at Sheregesh ski resort, in the stunning Shoria Mountain area of Kemerovo region in southern Siberia. The development comes with a pledge by the region's governor Aman Tuleyev to offer a one million rouble ($33,000) reward to anyone who can catch a Yeti and prove its existence.

http://siberiantimes...inable-snowman/

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Capitalism and superstition at it's finest. Yay!

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I wonder if Bigfoot's cousin will be honored or... upset and start picking off guests.

Wasn't that a movie?

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If I caught one I'd set it free, chances are if it was handed over it'd be lobotomized, cut open or put in a tube. Wouldn't want it to suffer.

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Anything for a buck or rouble.

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Money for nothing if you ask me.

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All they need now are the clowns from finding bigfoot.

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How many idiots will the hotel hire to run around in a monkey suit to boost tourism. It'll be fun to hear all the Russian hoopla stories

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Wow... let's see the idiots flock.

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I wonder if they will have a bunch of these, so more people can be killed.....( yes, one in that ball died, in Russia )

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ToFft7z6LHU

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Actually this might be a good idea lets get the governments around the world to turn large areas of forest into national parks for the preservation of the Bigfoot anyway it could help the flora & fauna. :tu:

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33k for a Yeti? The thing is worth millions maybe even hundreds of millions if real.

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33k for a Yeti? The thing is worth millions maybe even hundreds of millions if real.

True, but it's the most concrete offer I've heard so far.

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Thanks for posting Still Waters, now all those Yeti sightings from Siberia in 2012 make so much more sense...

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I see the evil scheme. The governor is making people come to the resort in hope of getting a million dollars if they catch the yeti and the sightings are planted by the governor's men to attract people to the resort which you obviously have to pay to enter.

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It says, to anyone who can catch one.. and clearly he wants a cup of tea with the creature... Maybe i should just act like America doesnt have a king an queen program. Do a little dance..

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Waiting for someone to import a gorilla secretively and tranq darting it. Easiest thing to do IMHO.

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I'm not sure if a Yeti resort is such a good idea. Your average Yeti could never afford to stay there.

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Actually this might be a good idea lets get the governments around the world to turn large areas of forest into national parks for the preservation of the Bigfoot anyway it could help the flora & fauna. :tu:

But then no one can recover the WW2 airplane wrecks in the park.

Anyways, if this is real, and someone actually manages to get a yeti, how the hell do they think they will capture it?!??

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