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|a.k.a.||Yiren; Yeh Ren; Chinese Wildman (Chinese: 神农架野人; pinyin: Shénnóngjiàyěrén; literally "The Wildman of Shennongjia"); Man-Monkey (Chinese: 人熊; pinyin: Ren Xiong; literally "Man Bear")|
|Region(s)||Hubei Province, China|
Yeren (Chinese: 野人, yěrén; literally "wild-man") is the appellation for a proposed cryptid (crypto-hominid) of the forested mountain regions in the Hubei Province of China, including the districts of Shennongjia and Fangxian.
- Meldrum, Jeff; Guoxing, Zhou (2012), "Footprint Evidence of the Chinese Yeren", Relict Hominid Inquiry (isu.edu) 1: 57-66, https://www.isu.edu/media/libraries/rhi/brief-communications/Footprint-Evidence-of-Chinese-Yeren.pdf
- Guoxing, Zhou (2012), "Fifty Years of Tracking the Chinese Wildman", RHI (isu.edu) 1: 118-141, https://www.isu.edu/media/libraries/rhi/research-papers/Zhou__Tracking-the-Chinese-Wildman.pdf