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95% Certain Yeti Exists

Updated on March 2, 2013




An expedition that went in search of the existence of the Yeti in Siberia, have concluded that they are 95% certain that the yeti exists.

They hope to conduct further research on what they found and that they believe will prove undisputedly the existence of, the up to now considered mythical, elusive Yeti.

The part of Siberia that they based their expedition is not unfamiliar with unusual phenomena. It is the same region of the Siberian tundra that became famous for the Tunguska Event of 1908.

This is the event that witnessed an unexplained explosion of nuclear proportions. Although there is no doubt that the event took place, there is much dispute as what exactly caused it. Some have speculated that a visiting UFO exploded in our atmosphere. This view has been looked at skeptically by many, even though they cannot be forthcoming with an alternative cause.

The area though, apart from Tunguska, UFO sightings and claims of the Yeti is little known except for its coal production. Kemorova, also known to the locals as Kuzbass, is rarely seen in the news headlines. Perhaps now, this will change.



The participants of this expedition are not alone though. They invited a team of experts from seven different countries, to a conference in Kemorova where they showcased their findings.

The showcase supposedly showed items that had been found in a cave. These items included moulds of footprints, hairs and other items.

Those that attended the conference said that if the evidence produced is proven to be genuine, then it is pretty conclusive.

So at this time it would appear that there is a 95% certainty that the Yeti does exist, at least in Siberia. It is estimated that the further research to prove without doubt, should not take more than several days to complete.

Does it Exist?

A Big Foot
A Big Foot


If the evidence proves conclusively that the Yeti exists in Siberia, does it automatically acknowledge the existence of Bigfoot, in the States?

No it doesn’t, however it means that there is a much higher probability that it does exist, also the Abominable Snowman of the Himalayas.

If a land mammal of this size can remain undetected for so long in these remote places, how many more large mammals are yet to be discovered on the planet. Perhaps in the Amazon jungles or the rain forests of Borneo and New Guinea.

We are talking on land here, what about the vast depths of the oceans that we have not yet even seriously tried to investigate?

What other creatures exist on this planet that are yet still to be found by us?

When found and confronted, will any be found to hold a potential threat to mankind?


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    • tsadjatko profile image

      5 years ago from now on

      "discovered" is the key word - no sasquatch has ever been discovered despite myriad attempts (even ongoing today) - Science does think like me - they require proof, not speculation. Story telling on the other hand is solely supported by people with thinking like yours. Certainty is not measured by percentages. Kudos for an entertaining "story", however.

    • rafken profile imageAUTHOR


      5 years ago from The worlds my oyster

      tsadjatko - 95% is 95%. Absence of proof, is not proof of absence. Scientists have estimated that only 1/4(25%) of life on Earth has been so far discovered. With thinking like yours, I doubt we would have even known that much.

    • tsadjatko profile image

      5 years ago from now on

      "95% Certain Yeti Exists"? That is a strange statement - What does 95% certain mean? One is either certain of somthing or uncertain - there is no inbetween....and there is no bigfoot except in the minds of people with wild imaginations. There is no first hand irrefutable evidence of the existence of bigfoot after ages of investigation but many different reasons and motivations tokeep the myth alive, and so that is all it is, a myth.

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      6 years ago

      Great stuff and I wonder if they maybe interdimentional? Possible?

    • Missing Link profile image

      Missing Link 

      6 years ago from Oregon

      I don't believe. Interesting hub however--thanks!

    • kerlynb profile image


      6 years ago from Philippines, Southeast Asia, Earth ^_^

      If yetis exist, then they should be well-protected. It's taking humans long years to track them down. That means their number is so small, almost near extinction.

    • lifeboost profile image


      6 years ago from United Kingdom

      Wow, really interesting hub! I didn't know much about this topic at all before - thanks for the fascinating read! :)

    • CWanamaker profile image


      6 years ago from Arizona

      This is awesome. I hope the find the real deal hidden in the snow!

    • diogenes profile image


      6 years ago from UK and Mexico

      Bigfoot does exist! It has a size 14 foot and is dancing in Strictly Come Dancing. That's Aubrey Harrison the ex HV boxer.


    • breakfastpop profile image


      6 years ago

      Fascinating. I wonder will we ever know for sure?

    • JT Walters profile image

      JT Walters 

      6 years ago from Florida

      I will stay out of Siberian. This is a very informative hub which I realy enjoyed.



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