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A Russian hunter claims he has saved something that can only be described as Bigfoot from a frozen river in central Siberia.
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Nice story but what on earth is that photo supposed to be? It looks like an owl!
I'll bet that this encounter happened to leave behind no evidence whatsoever. Why hasn't this made worldwide news? And why hasn't anyone gone after the creature, in the hopes of identifying it and recording it into the books of science? Pathetic.
this is one of the greatest stories of bigfoot i have ever read. most of the time people are lucky enough to even get a good look at him. this guy got to save one...
i live in oklahoma, about 30 minutes from tushka and atoka. where they are seen too. long live bigfoot!!!
I think people are missing the deeper point of the mythology of the Bigfoot. This is part of the Northern legend; Siberia is cold and harsh and the people who live there are strong and myth making is one of the ways to to represent to oneself living in the northern cold climate. Long live Bigfoot; here I came Siberia. I shall go there in the dead of winter. I shall, God willing.
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