Over the last more than hundred years, various mountaineers have claimed seeing a yeti or his foot prints in the snow which was of double the size of a human foot.
But no conclusive evidence could be found to establish the authenticity of these claims.
On the other hand there has been no conclusive theory to prove the yeti a part of folklore or legend as well. It continues to intrigue the mountaineers visiting the Himalayas.
The Yetis normally have 3 per family group and they live in caves. The number of family groups is unknown, at this time.
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