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Wednesday, February 17, 2016

Yeti Tracks Found

The fake video from the Pyrenees Mountains showing a "yeti" isn't the only thing that has gotten Bigfoot's Himalayan cousin in the news lately.

Various news sites have reported on some mysterious tracks thought to have been made by one of the creatures that were recently brought to light by a man named Steve Berry. He stumbled upon the footprints in Bhutan. The photos show a straight line of large-looking footprints. The Daily Mail reports that Berry believes they were made by a "gorilla-like animal."

Discovery: Steve Berry believes the footprints in this photo, seen in the Himalayas, were left by the Yeti
Were these footprints made by a yeti?
Source: Daily Mail

Berry was climbing on Gangkhar Puensum, which is the world's highest unclimbed mountain, in 2014 when his Sherpa guide spotted the footprints. The tracks were found at a height of over 17,000 feet. Berry stated that:

"The local people said we were the first to ever set foot on that pass. I had always thought that stories about the yeti were a bit of old bunkum. But there is no denying these tracks existed."

What do you think made the tracks? I really doubt it was a bear or something like that, because they are in a very straight line, one right in front of the other. But, Bigfoot and yeti tracks are almost always reported to be in a straight line. Maybe they really are yeti footprints.

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