Sept. 26, 2012 - Local fishermen and forestry workers have reported several sightings of a bi-pedal, fur-covered creature in Siberia. Three separate reports were reported only a few weeks apart.
A couple who spotted the beast thought the creature may have been someone hurt, and when they approached it it stood up on two legs and began swatting away tree limbs with it’s arms to escape the approaching people. They made a point to say in their report that the creature could not have been a bear, as it had walked away on it’s legs.
On the bank of the Mras-Su River, a fisherman saw what he called “tall animals looking like people.” He could not see them clearly from a distance, as his binoculars were damaged. The fishermen waved, but the fur-covered creatures retreated back into the forest.
The third report came from a forestry inspector spotting one of the supposed yetis in a national park. The inspector, named Sergei Adlyakov, claimed to the yeti did not look like a bear and only hurried back into the woods once it became aware of the inspector’s presence.