"Chinese are hot on snowman's trail"
By Louise Evans
scientists are to launch a search early next year for the abominable snowman
after three giant hairy humanoids were sighted in a remote mountainous
region in central China.
The committee chairman,
Professor Yuan Zhenxin, said last week the search followed a "major
discovery" when tourists provided the best positive identification
in China of the manlike creatures which are supposed to inhabit Tibet
and the wilderness areas of America and Canada.
"The creatures were not human, or bears or apes; we believe they an the yeti" Professor Yuan said. "It is a great discovery, the best sighting ever, because the engineers saw them about 30 yards away."
"The engineers were all very well-educated people and have been of great assistance in our investigation to find a yeti and prove it lives in China." A team sent into the forest by the science academy to research the rare sighting returned to the area five times to collect samples of hair, footprints and droppings.
revealed the samples came from a long-haired herbivorous animal with a
foot that measured 20 inches. "We are very excited about the findings
and the committee has been set up to exchange views and send 20 scientists
into Shennongjia forest early next year," Professor Yuan said.
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