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Yety fed by forestry officers in Kirov Region

In Kirov Region, forestry officers started to feed a Yety. Not long ago, hunter of Pischal forestry Boris Liberov met in a forest, on the border between Orichev and Verkhushizhev districts of the forestry, a strange creature. While examining his area, the hunter saw a huge figure and at once understood that that was not a bear and, certainly, not an elk. The creature was about 2.5 m high, while its great head was similar to that one of a human being, covered with grey hair.

While the human being and the Yety were looking at each other, a yety child came out from the bushes. The parent immediately started to teach the child, by easily slapping it on the head. Though, the hunter decided not to see this scene till the very end and used this occasion to escape.

After this event, Liberov addressed to the regional forestry office, asking for additional food to feed the Yety family. According to decision of the main hunt chief, feeding Yety was approved, so Liberov took two bags of oats to the place of his meeting with Yeaty.

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