Cryptozoology

Russian species of Bigfoot

Bigfoot and the many subspecies have been investigated for many years various types of proof have been gathered over the years some more convincing than others.

The discovery of a body or partial remains of one of these creatures would make headlines worldwide.

So if a living relative to one of these animals lived you would think that it would be known globally.

There is such a case, a story known to those that have an interest in Sasquatch and wild-men but not known by the wider population.

A story that has a Russian beast a woman and her children at its center.

I am of course talking about the Abnauya, Zana and her sons and daughters

This cryptid is said to be one of the Russian species of Bigfoot, a little less well known when compared to the Almas, as with the Almas its home is said to be deep in the Caucasus mountain range.

The Caucasus Mountains is a mountain system in Eurasia lying between the Black and the Caspian Seas in the Caucasus region. It occupies parts of Russia, Georgia, Azerbaijan, and Armenia, drifting mainly from northwest to southeast. The Caucasus Mountains are made up of two separate ranges, the Greater Caucasus in the north and the Lesser Caucasus in the south.

This providing a huge sparsely populated area perfect for a species like the Almas and Abnauayu to make their home.

The Abnauayu are around the same size as human but way more muscular with a thin covering of reddish-black hair, a low brow, reddish eyes, and high cheekbones. This appearance being what many think of when they imagine a Neanderthal. In fact it has been suggested that they could indeed be a relic population that has survived into modern times.

As with Neanderthals it is said they are adapt at making and using stone tools but do not seem capable of speech or if they do have speech it is of a type we cannot understand sounding like a mix of gargles and groans.

This bring us to Zana or Zanya a woman who was claimed to be one of these primitive human like creatures.

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