|Russians believe they have captured footage of elusive Yeti in a remote patch of woodland. It shows a "bear-like" figure covered in hair emerging from an area of snow-covered trees in the south-western Adygeya Republic.|
ALMAS: (Mongolian Алмас, Bulgarian Алмас, Chechen Алмазы, Turkish Albıs), Mongolian for "wild man," is a purported hominid cryptozoological species reputed to inhabit the Caucasus and Pamir Mountains of Central Asia, and the Altai Mountains of southern Mongolia. The creature is not currently recognized or cataloged by science, whose [white-labcoat-clad priests] do not believe in the possibility that such mega-fauna cryptids exist, because of the improbably large numbers necessary to maintain a breeding population, and because climate and food supply issues make their survival in reported habitats unlikely...
- "Bear-like" creature was on camera for just seconds before disappearing.
- Creature was spotted in the Adygeya Republic in south-western Russia.
- The Russian team believe they have captured footage of the elusive Yeti.
- Others question its authenticity and say it was a stunt to bring in tourism.
|Taking plaster cast of footprint (DM)|
|Yeti in Buddhist Bhutan (Snow Walker video)|
- Jungle music! Chimpanzees use "drum solos" in forests to communicate with fellow primates
- See you later alligator! It takes eight experienced keepers...
- Food shopping, Chinese-style: Customers browse animals sold for slaughter...
- Dogs are kept in cages where buyers can select the one they want. Chinese street traders at this illegal market that sells dog and cat meat are chucking the animals in a nearby river to drown them to avoid distressing customers. The illegal market has sprung up alongside the banks of the Xi River in Foshan City in southeast China's Guangdong province, where authorities have done nothing to stop the booming business in fresh dog and cat meat. The animals are kept in cages, where buyers can select the one they want, and can either take it home alive or pay to have it [drowned in the river then] butchered and cut up into fresh meat in front of them. The traders said that people had complained about seeing the animals, which were being sold live, killed in front of them. As a result they had come up with the alternative killing method, which they consider more humane. She told local TV: "We want to prove our customers that what we sell is fresh unlike some of the shops in town, but with no facilities to kill..."
|Please don't kill or eat animals.|