Yetis, in my humble opinion are definitely real. Well, let me change that slightly. I think yetis could be real. It’s not an impossibility. You know, there’s acres upon furlongs upon acres of pristine pine forest in the northern climbs of this planet. Is it too much to ask that some sort of hominid species has survived? Currently we are the only type of human on this planet, but in the past there’s been many more than one human species, we know that’s a fact. Could there still be a rogue ape-like, musty, monkey-man living quietly in the sparse wilderness? Maybe. I think we can at least say maybe can’t we?
Well, whatever your opinion is, some people take the thought that he’s out there very seriously indeed. I read an article on a bona fide, grown up, Russian news website the other day that pretty much writes about yetis as if they are solid facts. I wouldn’t go that far myself, but this article just musters up such cool imagery in my mind that I had to report it back to you all.
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The article basically says that during an expedition to a remote Siberian area looking for said beast, they saw evidence of some odd behaviour. They report that in 2010 there was a particularly hot summer and consequently there were quite severe forest fires. These fires devoured some of the Altai yeti’s home land and forced them to impinge on bear territory. And what happens then? BEAR VS YETI. I want to see that video so, so, so much. It would be epic in the truest sense of the overused word.
This is an interesting quote from one of the explorers: “They make strange pyramidal constructions of trunks and branches in the wood — sometimes 3 or 4 meters, sometimes only 30 cm high. Sometimes they bend huge trees and twist their trunks like wheels. A human being is just not strong enough for that, and there seems to be no need for bears to do this. At first, we thought that yetis do this to make shelters, but then we came to the conclusion that this is a sort of landmark for them. Or, maybe, this is a way for a yeti to say something to its congeners.” (Just so you know congeners are organisms of the same genus. I looked it up.) But you see what I mean? These guys don’t need convincing of the yeti’s existence, they are already 100% convinced.
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The report goes on to say that the yetis were winning the battle with the bears due to their huge power and intellect. This worried villagers in the locale. They feared the bears would be left hungry and wouldn’t be able to hibernate during the winter, staying awake to trawl through villages looking for snacks. To avoid hungry bears wandering into their houses, regional authorities planned bear feeding. They hoped this would make sure the furry critters would have a good long snooze and stay out of their bins.
The report also explains that Yetis are telepathic, which I hadn’t heard before. So please, would you all join me in trying to contact them from afar and invite them to visit England….. repeat after me as loud as you can inside of your own brain “WE WELCOME ALL YETI KIND, VISIT US AT YOUR NEAREST CONVENIENCE PLEASE.” Together we can summon his might and save the bears…….
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