The next expedition to find the Yeti started in Gornaya Shoria, in the south of Kuzbass, on Thursday, August 20. The researchers were immediately lucky - they found footprints of Bigfoot and examined the testimony of an eyewitness, an inspector of the Shor National Park, who in November 2008 saw a tall, bipedal creature, abundantly covered with hair, in the taiga near the river.
Moreover, the inspector told the head of the expedition, candidate of historical sciences Igor Burtsev, that he had met the yeti in the taiga many times. It is unlikely that it could have been a bear, according to an eyewitness, since bears sleep in winter.
At the very beginning of the expedition, a footprint was found, presumably belonging to a yeti. The print is not very clear, however, a plaster cast was made and handed over to the district authorities.
For five days the expedition will look for other signs of Bigfoot's existence in Gornaya Shoria. Burtsev hopes to find the tree houses that some experts believe are where the yeti live. True, why the two-meter creatures prefer to live in houses of sticks located high above the ground, hunters for the yeti, presumably roaming in this area, do not yet know.
Recall that in February 2009, the Kemerovo region administration provided journalists with information that the hunters met a creature that looked like a Bigfoot in the taiga. Photos of the yeti were circulated. True, marketers suggested that this information most likely serves to attract tourists to Shoria who are greedy for meetings with mythical creatures. However, domestic Bigfoot hunters are confident that the Yeti live in Russia.
Bigfoot was described by Carl Linnaeus, calling him Homo troglodytes - caveman. According to hypotheses, the Yeti differs from ordinary people in a more dense physique, a pointed skull, long arms, a short neck and abundant hair. Modern researchers suggest that there may be at least three types of snowmen.