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    Indian army says it found Yeti footprints in the Himalayas

    Now for some fun and not so serious news. Indian army says it has found Yeti footprints. They said the footprints were in a straight line like what would be expected from a model, LoL what about a one legged Yeti? Anyways this is a more light hearted and fun article.

    See more at the link https://www.nbcnews.com/news/world/i...alayas-n999951

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    The Indian army says it has discovered footprints in the Himalayas that appear to belong to a yeti, known in the United States as bigfoot or the abominable snowman.

    Measuring 32 inches by 15 inches, the footprints were found near Mount Makalu base camp April 9, military officials posted on Twitter late Monday.

    A spokesman for the country's defense ministry told NBC News on Tuesday that photographs taken by the army's mountaineering expedition team had been passed on to "the scientific community" for verification.

    The announcement, which referred to the yeti as a "mythical beast," was met with mixed reaction online.

    Some noticed that the photos appeared to show the footprints in a straight line, one behind the other, similar to what might be expected from a model.
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    I saw that article. Wonder if there will be any followup.
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    I was wondering what happened to my Yeti cooler. I guess it ran off to Tibet.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Just AnotherPerson View Post
    Now for some fun and not so serious news. Indian army says it has found Yeti footprints. They said the footprints were in a straight line like what would be expected from a model, LoL what about a one legged Yeti? Anyways this is a more light hearted and fun article.

    See more at the link https://www.nbcnews.com/news/world/i...alayas-n999951

    Excerpt:

    The Indian army says it has discovered footprints in the Himalayas that appear to belong to a yeti, known in the United States as bigfoot or the abominable snowman.

    Measuring 32 inches by 15 inches, the footprints were found near Mount Makalu base camp April 9, military officials posted on Twitter late Monday.

    A spokesman for the country's defense ministry told NBC News on Tuesday that photographs taken by the army's mountaineering expedition team had been passed on to "the scientific community" for verification.

    The announcement, which referred to the yeti as a "mythical beast," was met with mixed reaction online.

    Some noticed that the photos appeared to show the footprints in a straight line, one behind the other, similar to what might be expected from a model.
    I find the yeti to be one of the most likely Crypids , or the Alma , or some version of the Yeti. i doubt there still around , but they could have been a couple hundred years ago. Wild country.

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