Yowie (Big Foot) Unknown Creatures By Most Of The People In The World

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There are at least two known kinds of Yowie in Australia that we can be reasonably certain about. There are the large Yowie that is normally between 6-10ft and the smaller,yet fully-grown variety that is roughly 4-5ft. These different species/Genus are found in nearly every Country around the World.In Australia, there are almost 10,000 'reported' sightings of our ape-man like creature that is said to walk our forests. Could you imagine how may reports or sightings that still remain 'un-reported'?The sightings of the "Hairy Man" are not always a 'one off' glimpse, but are sometimes witnessed up to 30 people at the same time over prolonged periods. Could this be mass hysteria?Not likely. There is more evidence to suggest that the Yowie does exist, than not.Upon the white man, when they first settled in this Country in the late 1700's, the native Aborigines told them in great detail about an ape-man like beast that lived in the forests. At first the settler's thought this was just a tale to scare them away, because such animals were unknown in England and most people had not even heard of such things. However it wasn't long before they found out the stories from these people were more than true.The first sighting of Yowie in Australia.In 1790, the first official reported sighting of the creature by a white man was released in the local Newspapers in a small country town we now know as Sydney. During the 1800's, numerous reports followed through out NSW and also the rest of the country. Newspapers and magazines began writing about people's encounters as they were reported. In most of these reports, the creature wasalways...

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