Tuesday, October 11, 2011

The Russian-led conference that addressed the presence of elusive manlike creatures in the world's wildest regions, concluded over the weekend in Kemerovo, Siberia, has come out with an announcement that could be the surprise event organizers had promised leading up to the meeting that brought researchers from around the world together. But not every cryptozoologist is onboard with the announcement out of Kemerovo claiming proof of the existence of the creature variously known as Yeti, Bigfoot, Yowie and a legion of other names, depending on the country in which they're reported. Loren Coleman, co-author with Patrick Huyghe of The Field Guide to Bigfoot and Other Mystery Primates, who also owns the world's only cryptozoology museum, the International Cryptozoology Museum in Portland, ME, explains why the surprise announcement may be counter-productive in Exaggerated Snowmen Claims Not Good for Cryptozoology.

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