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Chris Piascik (chrispiascik)

Successful Yeti Hunt

by Chris Piascik
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Chase Kunz commented on October 11, 2011 2:04am
so much yeti swagger! the article on your site was very informative. great work.
johnnystackart commented on October 12, 2011 6:11am
I wish I could take a class with you haha... learn so much from your stuff..
anneshaw commented on October 13, 2011 12:45am
That is so cute! The yeti really aroused the interest of the people. A while ago, I also read an article connected with this issue, it was an article entitled "Siberian Kemerovo region claims proof of yetis." The yeti is definitely a cryptozoological puzzle, the Siberian equal of Bigfoot. A contingent of researchers invited to Russia has, according to the Russian local government, discovered convincing proof of a yeti. However, while the regional government claims this evidence as an indisputable proof of the yeti, other scientists are not so sure. The coarse hair has not been tested for DNA, and no physical specimen of the yeti has been caught. Therefore, many have been considering that this claim of proof of the Yeti is nothing more than a tourism stunt. What do you think?