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Yeti - The Himalayan Bigfoot

Sreechinth C

Publisher: UB Tech

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Does a Yeti really exist? There are a number of stories of ape like creatures found around the globe, in both folklores and modern-day sightings. Till now, such a creature befitting the description has not been captured and studied and hence the researchers are continuing their quest for a physical evidence. Yet the cryptozoologists, who are studying animals that were rumored to exist, are skeptical about finding the ever-legendary Himalayan snow ape. Though some DNA testing have discovered new species by examining submitted samples of purported Yeti hair, the hunt for Yeti still continues…In recent culture, the DNA studies of the proposed Yeti have not revealed any existing creature but matched with prehistoric polar bear. Will there be those prehistoric giants still roaming in the Himalayas? Here in this book, we have made a brief attempt to throw light on this fabled animal who is not yet willing to reveal its identity.

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