& # 39; Yowies can be there & # 39 ;: Survival expert The Bush Tucker Man warns Australians about a wave of & # 39; sightings & # 39; NOT to be rejected in Australian bushland
- Les Hiddins, 72, believes that there can be yowies in the rainforests of Queensland
- The & # 39; Bush Tucker Man & # 39; says that recent outbursts of sightings should not be discredited
- It comes after the wave of supposed & # 39; perceptions & # 39; the past weeks
Yowies can hide in unknown rainforests in North Queensland, a famous survival expert claims.
The much-loved Australian personality Les Hiddins, known from the 1980 Bush The Tucker Man hit show, said the recent wave of yowie's sightings should not be mocked.
& # 39; I suppose it could be there, and if it were, I really think it would live in rainforest areas. I believe some Aboriginals talk about it as & # 39; the hairy & # 39 ;, & # 39; told the 72-year-old the Townsville Bulletin.
Les Hiddins (photo), the beloved Australian personality whose well-known program from the late 80s The Bush Tucker Man made him a household name, has said that the recent wave of yowie sightings should not be ridiculed
The local people of Queensland claimed that they had seen mythical beasts with increasing frequency in recent weeks.
Last week a family from Southeast Queensland believes that they are being terrorized by the mythical creature after hearing disturbing loud noises from their garden.
And earlier this week, a mother from Tarzali, in the Tablelands Region of Queensland, claimed to have been visited by a & # 39; friendly & # 39; group of yowies who had donated her macadamia nuts.
Jackie Liversidge said that someone had an athletic black figure, muscular arms, dark hollow eyes and she felt a & # 39; strong bad feeling & # 39; on sighting, The Cairns Post reported.
While Mr. Hiddins admitted that he has never seen one of the creatures, he talked about the time he was camping with an expedition in the Russell River near Babinda.
Alleged perceptions of the elusive yowie have increased dramatically in recent weeks, with two teenagers from Queensland claiming to have recorded the first audio of a growl of a yowie (stock image)
& # 39; We have & # 39; camped at night in the rainforest and when we woke up the next morning, we saw that a bed had been made on the open floor at night. It consisted of leaves … they looked like they were cut off, not cut. & # 39;
He said an academic on an expedition suggested that the bed was made by a primate.
Hiddins added that the Australian landscape would undoubtedly contain many unknown surprises.
& # 39; We are still investigating and learning more about it. We will do that for another 100 years, & he said.
Meanwhile, teenagers Harrison Ryan and Dalton Bell claim to have been in the bush in the Gold Coast hinterland last Thursday when they found the & # 39; deep, moaning growl & # 39; heard.
In an audio clip one of the teenagers can be heard telling the other that he must be quiet before a loud moan is heard that sounds like it is echoing in the distance.
Jackie Liversidge lived for 11 months in Tarzali, in the Tablelands Region of Queensland, when she claims to have been visited by two different creatures. Pictured: an alleged separate perception of yowie
& # 39; That sounds like a cow & # 39 ;, says one of the teenagers.
Another growl can be heard much louder than the first.
A zoologist listened to the audio and said the recording & # 39; absolutely that of a large mammal & # 39; Is.
Ryan, 19, said the two teenagers spent a lot of time in the area during the day, but it was the first time they had been there & night.
& # 39; We sat there and then began to hear the sound. It was clearly big. It was a deep groan, but it was not consistent, & he said The Gold Coast Bulletin.
He said they both returned two nights later to see if they could re-record the sound.
& # 39; We were near our cars, in the worst case we could leave quickly … We've all heard about yowies in the valley and their legends, but this was our first experience. & # 39;
The two teenagers have since transferred the audio to Dean Harrison of the Australian Yowie Research for further investigation.
Mrs. Liversidge said the creatures in her house had her & # 39; gifts & # 39; left behind and showed her what they ate
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