Alternatively known as Kung-Lu, Tok and Bear-Men.
Allegedly, another Asian type of giant hairy hominid that inhabits central China.
According to reports the Gin-Sung has a long and shaggy black to dark gray coat, a flat head, beetling brow with a sort of upcurled bang on it, long powerful arms and huge hands, and very human-like feet that leave imprints like those of a giant man but with two subdigital pads under the first toe just like the Sasquatch.
The Sherpas of Tibet call this creature Dzu-Teh. This is the beast that Bernard Heuvelmans (famous cryptozoologist) suggested might be a descendant of, related to, or even actually a Gigantopithecus, the largest primate that ever walked the Earth which went extinct 500,000 years ago.
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