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Witness evidence from many sources. Giant footprints seen outside siberian caves .
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Not everything is as it seems in Russia today. Yes, credible Russian hominologists are doing excellent research at the Darwin Museum in Moscow, and others throughout the old Soviet Union are studying their “Snowmen” with good scientific methods.
But now and then in the West, we hear of sensationalistic “Snowmen sightings” and “Yeti expeditions,” through the news services that are springing up in the ancient land of the mammoths.
In a post-Cold War era, where the Russian media outlets calling themselves Pravda (Russian: Правда, “The Truth”) today rival The World Weekly News, any articles about Siberian Yeti have to be viewed with caution.
Recently All News Web wrote a story about an upcoming expedition that is being planned by the University of Kemerovo in Siberia to establish for once and for all whether a type of black haired Yeti exists in the remote wilderness outside of the city in an area known as the Assaz Caves...We have now received some interesting information on this story that might either clear up the mystery or add to the intrigue. According to a number of local residents who claim to have either knowledge of the supposed creatures or outright firsthand experience there are no Yeti’s in the vicinity rather the phenomena is a fusion of two separate issues.
…another follow-up, now by German RIA Novosti
Now they are reporting that the whole story is smelling like a tourist trap.
The field day of the local congressmen is said to have been done to estimate if the Yeti-story could be turned into a tourist attraction of the area arround the caves.