If you see twisted trees like these, lookout, you just found a bigfoot nest. Get ready to run.
London: Experts from Russia, Canada, the US and Sweden went on an expedition to Siberia and reportedly found nests of the elusive Bigfoot or the legendary creature yeti.
The experts said they discovered "strangely twisted" trees in the remote part of Russia, which suggested that a creature was building nests in the same way as orangutans and gorillas, The Sun reported.
The trees had been twisted together by force to form an arch in the Kemerovo region, an area known for frequent sightings of the yeti.
"We didn't feel like the trees we saw in Siberia had been done by a man or another mammal. Twisted trees like this have also been observed in North America and they could fit with the theory that Bigfoot makes nests," said John Bindernagel, a 69-year-old biologist.
The ape-like yeti is believed to live in forests of North America and Russia. Sightings have also been reported in France. A similar creature is said to live in the Himalayas.