The Mirygdy is a giant hominid of far eastern Siberia (Chukotskiy Peninsula, eastern Siberia, Russia .).


Its 7 feet tall with a small head and no visible neck. It has a strong upper body with wide shoulders and robust arms.

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Most sighting of the Mirygdy occur in summer. The creature has been known to scavenge game killed by hunters. It will use its hands to tear off and eat raw meat.

During the most notable sighting in August 1970, Victor Chebotarev and two other hunters saw a large, hairy, humanlike creature near the Amguema River in the Chukotskiy Region.

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