Tuesday, October 6, 2009

Orang-Pendek in Singapore

Richard Freeman, freshly back from Sumatra, discusses apparent sightings of Orang-Pendek in Singapore.

Rich notes that: "Creatures strikingly like the orang-pendek have been reported elsewhere in Asia; on the Malayan peninsula where it are known as ‘mawas’ (a name given to both small and large mystery apes), Borneo where it is known as ‘batutut’, and in the valleys and foothills of the Himalayas where it is called ‘teh-lma’ (a type of small yeti as opposed to the man-sized ‘meh-teh’ and the classic giant ‘duz-the’). However, I was unaware until recently that such creatures had been reported in Singapore."

And he continues right here...

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