Time Magazine- Scientists 95% Sure Siberian Bigfoot Exists

I’ve been fascinated by the big foot mystery for years. Witnesses have always seemed credible, but real evidence has been nonexistent. From Time magazine

The Kemerovo government announced on Oct. 10 that a two-day expedition the previous weekend to the region’s Azassky cave and Karatag peak “collected irrefutable evidence” of yetis’ existence on the wintry plateau.

“Conference participants came to the conclusion that the artifacts found give 95% evidence of the habitation of the ‘snow man’ on Kemerovo region territory,” read a statement. “In one of the detected tracks, Russian scientist Anatoly Fokin noted several hairs that might belong to the yeti,” it added. The group also discovered footprints, a presumed bed and various other markers.

Amazing news really. If taken to its logical conclusion, it means that these creatures have lived among us all this time and escaped detection. There have been numerous reports of sightings of Yeti/ Bigfoot in Australia and New Zealand.



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  1. Let’s see, the iconic partial yeti skin held as the #1 relic at Nepalese #1 monastery was a tahr as Nat Geo discovered.
    DNA off the hair roots will do it, why do they cry yeti until that’s done?
    The footprints photographed by Shipton back in the 30s, were judged melting blue bear prints.

    If anything similar was wandering around the NZ bush you will have a contact from some of the army of very competent NZFS deer cullers, meat hunters and keen private deer stalkers who have roamed every inch of remote NZ for over a hundred years.

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  2. Sika…those foot prints discovered in the 1930’s were photographed before they began to melt and were at a height that bears do not ascend to due to lack of vegetation and food.

    There was a doco on the History Channel a few years back which had a small expedition visit known areas where the Yeti was said to inhabit. Some hairs were found in a kind of makeshift shelter which were analysed and came back as no known species. I have no doubt that there is something out there in the uninhabited wilds of most continents which has until the last century escaped the scrutiny of man.

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  3. Nemesis, the carcass of a dead leopard was found near the summit of Kilimanjaro, it also had no business there.

    “Some hairs were found in a kind of makeshift shelter which were analysed and came back as no known species.”
    Please supply a link. (The recovered hairs I read about still haven’t been analysed)

    These days with full spectrum hair root DNA , not old fashioned expert opinion on hair structure, there is no such thing as an “unknown species”….. if that ever occurs it will be headlining the journal of record ‘Nature’ for a year…..let alone Nat Geo.

    Apparently what impresses the Russians most is “twisted willow’ a supposed hominid characteristic. Sure.

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  4. “the carcass of a dead leopard was found near the summit of Kilimanjaro, it also had no business there.”

    Unless a Yeti had its lair nearby, Sika 😉

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  5. Silly me, Kris.
    There’s a reason for almost everything.

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  6. Supply a link to a program on pay TV that was on a few years ago? Do your own research Sika.

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  7. 🙂

    You’re full of prunes…..with quality DNA available “there is no such thing as an “unknown species”….. if that ever occurs it will be headlining the journal of record, ‘Nature’, for a year…..”

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