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Zana



Also Zanya.

A woman who was allegedly captured in the 1880's in the western Caucausus region of Abkhazia. Referred to as an Abnuaaya, or Alma, she resembled a neanderthal rather than a human with unusual features and a full coat of hair from head to toe. She was also very powerful and could easily outrun even horses and swim across fast flowing rivers.

While in captivity she gave birth to several children who were also physically tougher than normal and dark skinned but with no other apparant unusual characteristics.

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