Legendary English scientist Bryan Sykes of Oxford claims to have unraveled the mystery of the Russian Yeti. Taking into account the opinion of the doctor who examined the DNA, the so-called "Bigfoot", it takes its origin in Africa, but has nothing in the joint with any of the existing groups of people.
Dr. Bryan Sykes of Oxford University has studied the DNA descendants Are known as "wild" the fairer sex, caught in the late 19th century in the South of Russia. Its called Russian Yeti. As informs a portal Atlantico, English scientist has solved the mystery of this interesting species.
According to the legend, Zana was found in 1870 in the Caucasus mountains between Georgia and the Russian Federation. Since then she was standing by the several owners, 1 of which managed to "tame". The last man held her own in the estate on the ground of Abkhazia.
Eyewitnesses described it as a half-human half-paleobotany two meters tall, covered in thick brown fur. I was Portrayed, at least four children from different fathers and some descendents still live in this region. Directly DNA descendants and studied English scientist.
As a result Dr. Sykes came to the conclusion that in reality the lady with 100 percent probability came from sub-Saharan Africa, but has nothing to do with any of the existing groups of people. Therefore, the mystery of the Russian Yeti solved, but a scientist is not getting any easier - the new mystery of the origin Are much more difficult previous.