Three yeti 'sightings' in Siberia in a week

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posted on Oct, 2 2012 @ 10:20 PM
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The term "extreme" is relative in terms of evolution... no more extreme than earthworms. They evolved to deal with a very specific environment with temperatures and climate conditions that may seem extreme to us. The polar bear analogy is a good one! Not sure how much hypothesizing we can do about dates, though.




posted on Oct, 2 2012 @ 11:31 PM
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These creatures may just be another "controlled" experiment going on on this planet (like humans)...We should really stop thinking it all has to do with us...



posted on Oct, 3 2012 @ 09:00 AM
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Along with some of the claimed "hairy men" of S.E.Asia, this is one of the few other places it we be plausible. Who knows?



posted on Oct, 3 2012 @ 10:08 AM
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Perhaps you all should read about the story of Zana.........allegedly true.

www.bigfootencounters.com...

Also the hairy man of SE Asia is the Orangutan...which means "Old Man of the Jungle".

There are many photographs of Orangutans, taken in the mid 1950s or earlier, which show they actually DO look exactly like old Asian men....skinny, old, fur covered, asian men...The Fat, bulbous ones we see in Zoos and HuMan Wildlife Sanctuaries, are not their true form...they are the ones that have been spoilt and fattened by helpful man.
In the "Real" wild jungle, they are skinny and energetic.



posted on Oct, 3 2012 @ 11:03 AM
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Nice & neat!

Maybe they are not the missing link...but the 'original' link that is the predecessor of other homonids!?!?

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posted on Oct, 3 2012 @ 09:29 PM
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Originally posted by gort51

Also the hairy man of SE Asia is the Orangutan...which means "Old Man of the Jungle".



Ever heard of Nguoi Rung? When we consider evolution, the fossil record/palaeontology etc. the area has a bit going for it. The more realistic size/description given by those who have seen it, further makes it plausible. There are even reports of soldiers coming into contact with it in the Vietnam war.

The "hairy man" of Borneo is distinctly different to the Orang-utan, in that it has a different appearance and is bipedal. Only a very short distance from the island wheret the "hobbit" or Homo Floresiensis was recently discovered.....

Less well known than other claimed creatures such as bigfoot, which usually seem sensationalised, yet far more plausible and likely to have more to it than folklore.

There have been studies into these phenomena by genuine scientists/academics.



posted on Oct, 4 2012 @ 04:53 AM
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Don't mean to harp on anyone's beliefs but I just can't wrap my mind around the whole big foot yeti thing. On one hand you have the same looking creature appearing in many cultures through out the world and several hundred sightings. Supposed foot prints, which can be easily faked, the random "hair" samples, and sometimes poo. But where are the bodies? The remains? Or the random hunter putting a bullet in one. I don't know I just figure something would have popped up by now.



posted on Oct, 4 2012 @ 10:11 AM
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Well, there are 6 billion!! humans on planet Earth...when was the last time you tripped over a dead one, or found human bones?
Sure, go to a cemetery, but only because you, as a human, know thats where bones would be........If they are smart enough to avoid man, then they probably have beliefs and/or bury their dead etc.... just like ancient man 100s of 1000s of year ago.
They could easily avoid humans.....but as the Zana story tells.....they can be captured.



posted on Oct, 4 2012 @ 06:33 PM
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Actually it takes very specific conditions to preserve bones. Not every thing that has ever lived becomes a fossil. Temperature, humidity, location... these all affect what is left over after decomposition. Weathering and bacteria can reduce an animal to nothing. You don't trip over deer bones every time you go into the woods, do you?





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