Siberia's Bigfoot, also known as "Siberian Snowman".
The Chuchunaa (meaning 'outcasts' or 'fugitives') were reported by a branch of the Soviet Academy of Science as recently as the 1950s, in the bitterly cold and forbidding region of northeast Siberia.
The Academy's scientists speculated that these mysterious beings represented the last surviving remnants of paleo-asiatic aborigines that had retreated to the upper reaches of the Yana and Indigirka rivers.
The Chuchunaa are said to have an extremely limited range of oral sound. This may have been a genetic mutation or is it an indication of these people's Neanderthal origin? The Tungus and Yakut indigenous people's traditions tell of the Chuchunaa, their newborns looking just like humans, with pink skin and no hair, but after a year, a mane would cover their bodies.
Most eyewitnesses describe the Chuchunaa as human-like, being very tall with broad shoulders, having a protruding brow and long matted hair, usually sporting some type of animal skin covering. The locals also swear he is a man-eater. Recent reports suggest that they have withdrawn to even more remote areas, away from encroaching civilization.
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