CHINA WANTS END TO BIGFOOT TOURS
January 13, 1999
China's government has called on tourist agencies to refrain from operating safaris in remote areas to search for a Chinese version of Bigfoot, local media reported today.
The Shennongjia Nature Reserve in the mountains of central Hubei Province planned to lure tourists with a $60,240 reward for the capture of Bigfoot, the elusive, man-like creature also known as yeti, the China Daily reported.
(C) The Record Courier, Ravenna, Ohio.
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