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Yeti activity surge noted in Siberia

By T.K. Randall
April 17, 2009 · Comment icon 3 comments



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Multiple sightings dating back many years have prompted a surge of interest in the Yeti in Russia's Kemerovo region, a recent expedition to the Azas caves to find the creature was planned but had to be postponed due to bad weather.
More evidence of the abominable snowman (more politely known as a Yeti or Bigfoot) has been uncovered in Russiaís Kemerovo Region in southwestern Siberia."


Source: Mosnews | Comments (3)


Recent comments on this story
Comment icon #1 Posted by CausticGnostic 14 years ago
It's all this global warming. Temperatures have gotten up to only 20 below zero in Siberia, so all the Russian Bigfoots are feeling frisky!
Comment icon #2 Posted by The Russian Hare 14 years ago
a film crew from Russiaís Channel One television discovered enormous hominid footprints in Abkhazia and interviewed a local resident who stated that she was the granddaughter of a domesticated yeti. Um... okay. Don't hear that everyday.
Comment icon #3 Posted by villageidiot3o 14 years ago
Um... okay. Don't hear that everyday. A desprate cry for attention, anyone?


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