On 31st of October the CFZ 2010 expedition leaves England. They will be exploring the Garo Hills in Northern India in search of the mande-burung or Indian yeti. The five-man team consists of team leader Adam Davies, Dr Chris Clark, Dave Archer, field naturalist Jonathan McGowan, and cryptozoologist Richard Freeman.

Wednesday, 13 October 2010


We asked Jonathan McGowan why he was so keen to go to India on the forthcoming expedition.

Apart from a life-long ambition to visit that particular part of the world, I have always had the ambition to hunt for evidence of the large human like apes of the wilderness areas, whether they are Hominids, or Gigantopithecus or something else, and if they exist, that would not only be fantastic it would mean that the animal is possibly the most adaptable animal on earth being able survive from our possible ancestry to the present day. If any of us conjures up scientific evidence then that would be a prelude to maybe science's most challenging project.
My hope is that in one way or another the team will find evidence enough to put the CFZ on the map of utter scientific respect.

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