Yeti IS Real say Scientists – Expedition and International conference underway

Starting today, a group of scientists including anthropologists, big foot realbiologists, and geneticists from seven countries including China, the United States, Sweden, Estonia, Mongolia, Canada and Russia, will convene at a three day conference in Siberia.  The international conference, which will run from October 6 – 8 is meant to be a forum to discuss evidence on the existence of the yeti.  The conference will also include a formal expedition for the yeti.

The conference comes on the heels of an increase in sightings of the yeti  specifically in the Kemerovo region of Russia.  Eye-witness accounts have described the creature as being a tall human-like creature covered in brown fur with a human-like gait.   Recent accounts and sightings include a lady who says she saw the creature and her dogs ran away from it howling, a man who says he found a yeti (also known as the Abominable Snowman in this region of the world) stuck in a river, he pulled it out with a branch and it ran off into the woods, and still others who say the yeti steals their livestock.  A recent official expedition in search of the yeti even turned up some unusually large tracks / footprints that appeared to possibly have been made by a yeti.

Although there have been various people trying to discover the truth of the existence or nonexistence of the creature, no conclusive evidence has been gathered by scientists one way or another.  In fact, many main stream scientists even refuse to consider the yeti as real at all.  There are however other scientists and experts that have reviewed the days and seen so many sightings, especially recently that some experts firmly believe a population of yetis does in fact exist, and is numbering around 30 that live in the area.  (Russia is well-known as having one of the most number of yeti sightings in the world.)





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  1. Argharna Welyn says:

    it can’t be real

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