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US Scientists Invited To Russian Yeti Hunt 195

Posted by samzenpus
from the bring-two-pairs-of-boots dept.
First time accepted submitter Lindan9 writes "After an apparent increase of yeti sightings in the Kemerovo and Altai region of Siberia, a group of scientists from around the world are meeting to examine evidence possibly proving yeti existence. The scientists suspect there is a population of several dozen living in the area. The team hopes to spot a yeti or still living neanderthal man during their search of the area's mountains." I hope they find two pristine horns faster than I did.
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US Scientists Invited To Russian Yeti Hunt

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  • Waste of time (Score:4, Insightful)

    by plsenjy (2104800) on Wednesday October 05, 2011 @03:48PM (#37617342)

    Instead of paying a group of scientists to run around out there, why don't they equip a drone with an infrared camera to do a swath of the area and locate and photograph anything with a heat signature about the size of a deer or larger? Sure, you'll get a lot of deer, but you're more likely to sight the yeti this way than not.

The bogosity meter just pegged.