Is white-clawed bear thought to be extinct really alive? Mysterious giant paw prints suggest animal may be roaming remote Siberian mountains
- Saylyugem bear has been sighted since the end of the 1980s
- Back then there were about 70 of the animals living in remote Siberia
- The animals resemble Russian brown bears, but have white claws
The Saylyugem bear, which resembles a Russian brown bear except for its paws, had not been sighted since the 1990s and was given a 'zero' rating on the list of endangered species in the region.
But giant paw prints and strange holes in the ground found in the shadow of the snowy Altai Mountains are seen as the first evidence they did not die out.
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