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March 25, 2011
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Thought interesting piece, dont know how much true though

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Government officials in Siberia are planning to set up a special research institute dedicated to the study of yetis following a number of recent mysterious sightings of the folkloric creature. Skip related content
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Enlarge photo .Hominology experts, who are lined up to lead the studies at Kemerovo University, are eager to prove their existence after people in remote parts of the region claim to have caught a glimpse of the elusive being.

According to 15 witness statements by Siberian locals in the Kemerovo region, 7-ft tall, hairy, manlike creatures have been spotted wandering the Mount Shoria wilderness, with one man even claiming to have saved a yeti from drowning in a river while hunting.

Villager, Afanasy Kiskorov in Tashtagol reportedly witnessed the yeti activity first-hand. He said: "Their bodies were covered in red-and-black fur and they could climb trees. The creature was screaming in fear after falling into a swollen mountain river."

Despite the alleged sightings, no photographic evidence as yet confirms the existence of the 'abominable snowmen.'

However, hair specimens, large footprints and huge branch shelters in forests have fuelled scientific belief to traces of the yetis, described as the 'Neanderthal ancestors of man.'

Officials of the Kemerovo administration in western Siberia have said that organising an institute or a scientific centre would be a logical continuation of research into the yeti.

Dr. Igor Burtsev, director of the International Center of Hominology, will join the brand new research unit if the plans go ahead. He said: "In Russia there are about 30 authoritative scientists who are engaged in studying the phenomenon of the abonimable snowman."

"All of them will be integrated into this institute. The primary goal is to establish contact with one of the creatures."

Dr. Burtsev told Russian newspaper Itar Press after a yeti expedition last year: "I saw markers (half-broken branches) the creature uses to mark the controlled territory. In the woods I have found several artifacts to confirm my theory. I plan to find the Bigfoot's shelter and even try to contact the creature."

Speaking on 'Friday Night with Jonathan Ross' in 2009, British wildlife expert David Attenborough said he believed that there was very convincing evidence that yetis do exist.

The Administration of Kemerovo, the regional government, will announce its final decision on whether they will implement the research institute after it hosts an international conference on yetis later this year.

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Recent DNA analysis by Dr. Sykes out of England claims it is some kind of ancient Polar bear. I do not believe what all those Sherpa's have witnessed is a bear. I am pretty sure they know a bear when they see one, and also the last time i checked bears never have been nor ever were bi-pedal.

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"Peteyweestro" wrote: Recent DNA analysis by Dr. Sykes out of England claims it is some kind of ancient Polar bear. I do not believe what all those Sherpa's have witnessed is a bear. I am pretty sure they know a bear when they see one, and also the last time i checked bears never have been nor ever were bi-pedal.

However, bears can briefly stand on their two legs usually when trying to reach something.

Anyway, I'm quite interested in what the heck all of these people are actually seeing. A bear? A lost ape? What are people witnessing? There is always some truth to every legend, this is one legend i'm sure there is truth too. As to what that truth is, I haven't the faintest idea; Though I will admit that I personally think the chances that it is a lost bear is higher than the chances of a lost ape.

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i DREAD the day thay prove its exixtance,some fool will go kill one for no reason other then trying to be famous! any one who kills one should be charged with murder. it is NOT and animal. has to have human like intelagance to stay hidden this long.

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