Bigfoot researcher and biologist John Binderendzhel (John Bindernagel) said that his research team has discovered a visual confirmation of the existence of the Yeti or Abominable Snowman (Russian "cousin" of the American Bigfoot, also known as Sasquatch - the name of the mammal-like ape, who lives in forests of North America). Mysterious creature does not just exist, but also builds the nest, skillfully weaving the branches of the trees.
"We have not seen anywhere else such structures of the branches of trees, man-made or mammalian animals that we saw in Siberia ... Twisted branches of the trees in the form of arches have also been observed by us in the forests of North America, and it may well serve as proof that the Bigfoot builds the nest, "said Binderendzhel British tabloid" The Sun ".
Biologist Binderendzhel was part of a group of scientists who visited western Siberia in October in order to search for and study evidence of the existence of Bigfoot. Subsequently, this group of scientists has made a sensational statement that it found "indisputable proof" of the existence of Bigfoot, presented in the form of a small strand of hair found in the Siberian forests.
Twisted branches of the trees are already for decades obvious signs of Bigfoot habitat in the North Pacific North America. In some cases, the trees were found tools, suggesting that they were twisted Yeti. This indicates that the mysterious creatures may a lot smarter than scientists previously assumed, and can somehow use pliers, wrench, or other metal tools. Unless of course these tracks - not the work of a scam.
While many tree branches, twisted "mysteriously", located a short distance from the ground, some plexus were found on the tops of the trees. Bigfoot researchers claim that this is an indisputable proof of the existence of Bigfoot, as a person could easily perform such a structure at the level of its growth, and the only human-animal can climb to the top of the tree.
However, this raises the important question of how large, heavy animal to climb to the top of the tree without breaking it, or at least a few branches located there. The growth of Bigfoot, as scientists assume reaches 2-3 meters and weight - more than 100 pounds, then it is quite obvious that if such a tall, heavy animal tried to climb on top of the tree, no broken branches would not have done, especially as all the trees , which were found "nest" were long and thin. In addition, if the Yeti spend time sitting on the tops of trees, erecting arch of twigs, why they are so rarely seen?
There is a good reason to be skeptical of the statement Binderendzhela. According to information from Sharon Hill (Sharon Hill), another scientist, who took part in the same Russian expedition, it was a planned hoax. At the conference, which was attended Hill in late October, Jeff Meldrum (Jeff Meldrum), professor of anatomy and anthropologist at the University of Idaho, reported his suspicions about the fact that the structures in the form of woven twigs created snowman. Ultimately, he concluded that the whole Russian expedition was more like a "cheap trick", is widely made public, than a serious attempt at a scientific explanation, refused to sign the group statement endorsed "indisputable proof" of the existence of the Yeti, and returned to the United States .