Mystery PRIMATE of South America.
Etymology: Ona (Chon) word; plural, Yoshil. Scientific name: Fuegopithecus pakensis, given by Manuel Palacios.
Variant names: Cushpij, Hanush (Yamara), Yose.
Physical description: Height, 2 feet 6 inches. Yellowish-green hair. Bald on the back of the head. Large penis.
Behavior: Bipedal. Rubs the back of its head against trees. Eats fruits, mushrooms, and grubs. Carries a stone or a club as a weapon. Warms itself by the fires of hunters at night. Sometimes wears foxskin clothes.
Tracks: Leaves a trail in the snow. Habitat: Prefers Antarctic beech trees (Nothofagus antarctica).
Distribution: Cordillera Darwin, Tierra del Fuego, Magellanes Region, Chile.
Significant sightings: A Haush Indian hunter named Yioi:molke saw a Yoshi at Caleta Yrigoyen in 1886. The last known sighting was apparently in 1928 by the hunter Pai:men.
Sources: Esteban Lucas Bridges, Uttermost Part ofthe Earth (London: Hodder and Stoughton, 1948), pp. 62, 111, 163, 406-407; Bruce Chatwin, In Patagonia (New York: Summit Books, 1977), pp. 73-74; Nicasio Tangol, Leyendas de Karukinka (Mexico City: Fondo de Cultura Economica, 1982), pp. 104-109; John E. Roth, American Elves (Jefferson, N.C.: McFarland, 1997), pp. 174-177.
Was this article helpful?
All wart sufferers, this is the day to stop the shame. How I Got Rid Of My Warts Forever and How You Can Get Rid Of Warts Naturally In 3 Days. With No Blisters, No Scars, And No Pain Without medications or expensive procedures. All by applying a simple, very natural and unbelievable FREE substance that can be found in almost every household.