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Just what is the fuss all about?

Considering there is no concrete proof or scientific evidence that Yeti exist, we do still love to hear about them.

So what do we know?

  1. The Yeti, is also known as the abominable snowman and lives in the Himalayan region of Nepal.
  2. Believed to be nocturnal, it whistles and growls and has a knock-out punch.
  3. The first sighting was by a German photographer in 1925. Sadly he forgot to remove the lens cap.
  4. Sir Edmund Hilary is said to have seen giant footprints when climbing Everest. Credible!
  5. In 2008, Japanese adventurers also found unexplained footprints. Bandwagon?
  6. In 2016, reports of an Oriental Yeti spotted in woodlands emerged. On holiday perhaps?
  7. The Yeti has a large family spread across the globe. Almas in Mongolia; Batutut in Vietnam; Bigfoot in North America; Sasquatch in Canada; Yowie in Australia; Skunk Ape in Florida and even the Fear Liath in bonny Scotland. Wow!
  8. Yeti is a Tibetan word, yeh-teh, meaning Rock Bear. Makes sense.
  9. Descriptions describe him as being 6ft 10’ tall and covered in white fluffy fur. Wouldn’t want to bump into him at night!
  10. It is said by Sherpas that the Yeti can only be seen by those who believe. Well I’m convinced, I wonder if they have a tee in a medium?