Yeti evidence found in Siberia: Hairs, supposed bed have researchers convinced
Scientists gathering at a Russian Big Foot enthusiast conference are 95 percent sure that Yetis exist and live in the vast Siberian expanse. A group of "researchers" who undertook a two-day expedition to a cave in the Kemerovo region say they have collected "irrefutable evidence" that proves the yeti exists.
"In one of the detected tracks, Russian scientist Anatoly Fokin noted several hairs that might belong to the yeti," reads a statement from the Kemerovo government. Scientists also found "a presumed bed" and other yeti-characteristic items.
"Conference participants came to the conclusion that the artifacts found give 95 percent evidence of the habitation of the 'snow man' on Kemerovo region territory," the statement continues.
"I know they exist," conference participant Robin Lynn tells London's Guardian. "I see them every day." She says she has a family of 10 big foots (feet?) living on her land in Michigan.