The Almasty also called Kaptar is a wild man to which description is close to that of the Yéti, but which would live the mountainous chain of the the Caucasus, where there exist many testimonys of his presence, emanating in particular from local farmers and shepherds. The most widespread version associates them with néanderthaliens delayed which would have survived until today in the moved back area of the high mountains of the Caucasus.
The rumor of the existence of Almasty was so persistent that the Soviet Union sent an scientific exhibition to its research, without success.
- It would be hairy on all the body, except the face.
- the animal would move in group and the various accounts mention male, female individuals and young people.
- According to the studies of Koffmann Marijuana in the Caucasus, it would seem that these wild men have a night vision similar to that of the predatory large deer. Indeed, of the reflections of color crimson were noticed in the eyes of men wild at the time of meetings between Caucasian shepherds and these creatures. Testimonys described the iris of the eyes of these creatures of color red or yellow gilded, there still, only the animals having a night vision have the iris of the ocular spheres of this color.
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