A Guide to Bigfoot

Zana and Khwit



Zana

Zana was a wildwoman that was captured in Abkhazia(a region that borders Russia and Georgia), in 1850, and gradually became tamer. Her skin was black and her whole body was covered in reddish-black hair. She was pregnant several times with her children dying, so when she gave birth her children were taken away. She had four children who grew up as normal humans, Kwhit being the youngest. It is speculated that she could have been an Almas. She also fits the description of a Neanderthal. The most likely case is that she was suffering from a disease called Hypertrichosis which causes rapid hair growth and can deform both the hair and teeth. This is also cosidering that her son Khwit's DNA showed that he was modern human. Zana died in 1890.

Khwit

Khwit (died 1954) was the rumored son of Zana. He is described as having dark skin, well built, with curly hair. He was thought to be a human-Neanderthal hybrid. After digging up his skull in 2006, DNA revealed that he was a modern human. In 2013 DNA was taken from six living descendants, as well as from Khwit's skull. The results showed an African ancestory. It is theorized that Zana had been brought from Africa to Abkhazia as a slave and lived in the wild after slavery ended in 1850.

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Skull of Zana
Skull of Zana

Khwit
Khwit