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Indian Army finds ‘Yeti’ footprints during expedition

Indian Army finds ‘Yeti’ footprints during expedition

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An Indian Army mountaineering expedition team claims to have found the evidence of the mythical creature Yeti in the icy heights of the Himalayas.

The Army on Monday night tweeted the pictures of a gigantic footprint, claiming it was of the Yeti. A single footprint measure 32×15 inches.

The army said it discovered the footprints of the “mythical beast” on April 9 at Makalu Base Camp in Nepal. It mentioned that the earlier reports of the sighting of the “abominable snowman” were from the Makalu-Barun National Park.

The army said it discovered the footprints of the “mythical beast” on April 9 at Makalu Base Camp in Nepal. It mentioned that the earlier reports of the sighting of the “abominable snowman” were from the Makalu-Barun National Park.

“We got the inputs about 10 days back and yet we held on to it. But then we decided that there is photographic evidence which matches with earlier theories. We tweeted as we thought it would be prudent to excite scientific temper and rekindle the interest,” said a senior Indian Army official.

“Evidence has been photographed and handed over to subject matter experts. The idea is not to sit on judgement, which should be addressed in a scientific way,” said the officer.

“Some of us who reject the story surely shall have a definite answer to the evidence. As they say, nature, history and science never write their final story,” he noted.

The officer said the army is in possession of a video, which would also be released.

In the past, there are several reports of Yeti sightings including one by Indian scientists. But none of them were conclusive.

In fact, several studies showed that what was believed to be evidence of Yeti footmarks and sightings, actually came from mountain bears.

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