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Alma n : a creature reported to be of ape-like appearance that inhabits the mountains in central Asia, which was up until a few years ago part of the Soviet Union.
Although not as well known as the Yeti and Bigfoot stories about the Alma suggest that it is a creature more akin to a hairy human than an ape.
Professor Boris Porchnev, of the Moscow Academy of Sciences, published a description of the creature based on detailed stories he'd gathered from people who had seen it.
"There is no under layer of hair so that the skin can sometimes be seen," says the report. "The head rises to a cone-shaped peak," it continues, and "the teeth are like a man's, but larger, with the canines more widely separated." Porchnev's description also noted that the Alma can swim in swift currents and run as fast as a horse. Breeding pairs remain together living in holes in the ground. Their diet consists of small animals and vegetables, and they have a mainly nocturnal nature. It is also noted in the report that Almas have a "distasteful smell."
Originally posted by ravenshadow13
reply to post by LucidDreamer85
Then a very valid response would be to go and find the percentage of bipedal primate encounters that have witnesses who were menstruating.
Until we have that information, it would be wrong to use it for just this single video as there might be no correlation.
In addition, this is one of the first times I've heard someone ask that question. Perhaps it's because she was in a bikini. Because, to be honest, now I expect all of you who asked to pose the same question in all the future bigfoot/yeti/sasquatch threads where a witness is female. That would be fair. Although I'm sure we will never find it out unless a bigfoot encounter reporting database posed that question when sightings are reported.
If you listen carefully to her scream, that is pretty convincing evidence