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Kemerovo Region is located in the southern part of western Siberia, about 3,500 km from Moscow. Over 3 million people live in the Kemerovo area, mostly in large cities. Only 13% of the population lives in the rural areas of the Kemerovo Region, which may be inhabited by the region’s version of the “Snowmen.” The Kemerovo Region is also known as Kuzbass – from “Kuznetsk basin” – the name of the largest coal deposit on Earth, which is located there.
KEMEROVO, April 29 (Itar-Tass) A resident of the village Senzaskie Kichi, Kemerovo Region, hunter Afanasy Kiskorov, claims that he rescued a Yeti during a spring flood on the mountainous river of Kabyrza. His actions were witnessed by local residents, Itar-Tass learnt at the administration of the Tashtagol district of the Kemerovo Region, a supposed habitation place of a hominid. While fishing, Kiskorov and other local hunters heard strong ice crushing and shrill howling. Rushing to the piercing shriek, the huntsmen saw “a creature, covered with dark-brown fur,” in the river some ten metres from the bank.
Not neceserily. Look injto how many really giant dudes were born around 6 lbs, and then how many families who have 10-12 lb babies that don't get over 6 ft tall as adults (like mine: middle bro was 2 inches shy of 2 ft when he was born, he grew up to be 5'10").
Originally posted by Silver Star
Originally posted by wigit
reply to post by Silver Star
Oh, I do.
If I wasn't hitched already I'd bear him some sons.
You'd need a womb the size of a small tent to carry that off. That's some serious genetics you'd be mucking about with.