A Yeti has been recently spotted multiple times in remote regions of Siberia. Authorities in western Siberia plan to roll-out a completely new scientific institute committed to researching yetis after a spate of documented sightings in remote regions, in spite of resistance from academics.
The Russian governing administration is intending to hold an intercontinental conference in June relating to the ape-like, mythological beasts the Yeti and also Bigfoot .
The township of Tashtagol will host the conference with leading experts into hominids. Dependant on its final results, we’ll come up with a determination on starting a scientific research institute to research the yeti.
Kemerovo authorities quoted researcher Igor Burtsev as stating that approximately thirty Russian researchers are researching yetis and could come together at the projected institute. “We think that the yeti is a separate branch of human evolution. It lives in harmony with nature,” he was quoted saying.
Yetis, or alternatively Abominable Snowmen, are hairy ape-like beasts of popular myth, who are typically considered to dwell in the Himalayas. However, many are convinced Russia also supports a populace of yetis, which it calls Snow Men, in remote regions of Siberia along the lines of the mountain tops within the the southern part of Kemerovo around Tashtagol.