Has written a new thing hinting that Sykes new product will claim that Zana, the mystifying wild char captured in empire in the past 1800s, was mayhap a yeti. The piece is dreadfully cursive and looks similar a teaser: I don’t think it in reality DOES say that and I would be real surprised if it did since she was nearly sure human. The residuum of the clause tells the story of Zana over again (same as in 2013) so this just looks equivalent a way to stronghold a buzz about Sykes new book. Bryan Sykes, Professor of Human biological science at the University of Oxford, has carried out DNA tests on spit samples stolen from descendent of Zana – a so-called ‘wild woman’ captured in the late ordinal century in southern Russia, who local masses believe was an ‘Almasty’.
The Story of Zana and her son, Khwit also known as "abnauayu" ....
In Abkhazia, Western Caucasus, relict hominoids are titled abnauayu. While grouping reports in 1962, a colleague of Boris Porshnev, zoologist Prof Alexander Mashkovtsev, heard and deliberate the story of Zana. Subsequently, Porshnev took all over wherever his late fellow left off.
Russianapewoman Zana – Was she a real life Yeti? | Strange Unexplained Mysteries
Professor Bryan Sykes of the University of urban centre claims a towering female named Zana who lived in 19th large integer russia – and appeared to be ‘half human, half ape’ – could have been the unreal yeti. Witnesses described the six-foot, six-inches tall female discovered in the chain mountains between peach state and ussr as having ‘all the characteristics of a intractable animal’ – and arillate in heavy auburn hair. Experts believe the wandering ‘Wild Woman’ was recovered concealed in the remote neighbourhood of Ochamchir in the commonwealth of Abkhazia.