Russian researchers recently claimed that they have found the indisputable proof of the existence of yeti, dubbed abominable snowman, in Siberia,  because  they discovered a few strands of hair and some tracks in the snow.

A leader of an international conference on Yeti, Igor Burtsev said about thirty Yetis, who might be the survived Neanderthal men, live in the Kemerovo region. Meanwhile, Russian officials at the Kemerovo region also claimed that they have found indisputable evidence that yetis exist in Siberia.

The research team said they are 95 percent sure that the yeti exists, while others suspected the findings due to lacking of DNA, a compelling evidence. 

This is not the first time that searchers strongly claimed the proof of the Yeti. Josh Gates, American TV show host, in 2007 said he found three mysterious footprints in snow near a stream in Nepal's region of the Himalaya Mountains. But few people believed that saying those might be a bear's track.

Yeti, an ape-like cryptid (a creature whose existence is not supported by science), is said to inhabit the Himalayan region of Nepal, India and Tibet. It remains one of the most famous creatures of cryptozoology.

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