Well , looking at this footage , I cannot help but notice this Alledged Mammoth looks and moves so Naturally that I would have to conclude it is not a
Computer Generated Image nor an Asian or African Elephant Disguised to look like a Woolly Mammoth . If it is a Hoax , then it is a Very Good one .
Also , considering this footage was Alledgedly shot in Siberia , an area that Woolly Mammoths were known to inhabit during the time of their
exstinction , it would seem plausable to me that remnants of this Species could of somehow survived to the present day in isolated areas rarely
visited by the local people .
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Perhaps Hildebrand was forced, or allowed to take footage with his camera as he would be the only one who knew how to use such a thing? God knows
that operating the projector in grade nine was a pain in the butt..
I actually have a weird issue with this that i think is a case of misunderstanding the story. I don't think the Mammoths the guy spotted was in
UpperMiddle Siberia. I think it was in Southern Russia, closer to the northern border of China if not within China itself.
Look at the way the story reads. It starts about Siberia, but the legend that is told seems to come from Vladivostok specifically. The city began as
a military outpost but there were numerous chinese tribes in the area which could account for the tribal legends concerning the beast, and we know
Mammoths lived in the area. This story might actually legitimize this video, and vice versa.
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Check this out...there is no name but it does prove they were taking photos of German Pow's during the Eastern Front. There are also some long videos
on the matter if you just enjoy the general history...
True, but objectively it isn't important. What is important is that both side heavily used video during this time, as well as photos. They were
trying to push the people back home just like they are now. If they guy did work for the germans as a photographer at this time he likely would have
been solo or with a small team. He could easily have been the one operating the video camera and the regular one.
Just giving the story a lil credibility i suppose. It becomes a little more possible.
It's a real interesting video, very realistic. My only critique is the length of the video (Film). Was this an section of the film, with more of
the Woolly to come? If it was a film from 1943, where is the original now? Also does it have other unrelated film before and after the Mammoth
footage? It would make it more likely to be real if the Mammoth footage is sandwiched in between film of prisoners marching and doing other things.
Otherwise very cool!
This could be extremely easy to fake with the right software. It could have been made at any time in the last few years. Has anyone seen walking with
Even video can't be used as evidence these days!
Besides, the story is very unbelievable, not to mention that it is very unlikely that you would find a lone Mammoth as they are like elephants in the
sense that they will stick together as a family. It could be a lone bull but that would mean there had to be others around and this would mean a
significant population! People tend to forget this when talking about elusive mythical or extinct creatures. Sasquatch for example. Could he really be
out there on his own? Of course not, they have to breed and reproduce. With an abundance of food and lack of predators, surely there would be a large
population? Anyway.. I digress.
Also, as another poster pointed out, the following comment
Friends, most content shown is either manufactured or altered or exaggerated. Yes, this is essentially an entertainment and comedy channel -- and we
sincerely hope you appreciate that and enjoy the experience!
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