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Search for Bigfoot Opens Soon
3.09.2010 17:45
Search for Bigfoot Opens Soon

Some journalists and scientists are intent to search for snowmen, which were reportedly seen in taiga of Mountain Shoria, Altai Republic.
      
      Local hunters claimed they had seen tall creatures covered with hair, which looked like snowmen, in February 2009 and even took a picture of their footprint.
      
      Various opinions exist Russian anthropologists believe that possibility of yeti existence is extremely low, since their bodies have never been found and studied. However, some scientists (I wouldnt dare to call these people scientists, actually) are sure that snowmen exist and, even more, that they have come to Earth from other planets.
      
      The expedition, scheduled to start for the end of September, will hopefully shed light on these mystery.
      
      Source: RIA Novosti


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