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Have they actually spotted him? Well, not Yeti—but during an expedition to the Shoria mountains, participants found the creature’s “footprints, his supposed bed, and various markers with which the yeti marks his territory,” according to a government website.
Kemerovo region officials say they invited researchers from several countries, including the US and Canada, for the trip. Now scientists are apparently analyzing the Yeti “artifacts” in a Siberian laboratory. People have long-pursued the mythic Yeti in the Shoria mountains, a sparsely populated area known for coal and metal mining. It’s also trying to add tourism to the local economy, AFP reports. (Click through to see the “Yeti” captured by Chinese