The Yeti or Abominable Snowman, large ape-man like creature, around 7 to 8 feet tall covered with course hair of a dark brown or black colour. Another description is of it, smaller than an average with a reddish brown pelt. Both walk upright.
The Tibetans say they have been sighted for thousands of years, and are part or the Himalayan folklore. It's been regularly sighted since 1832.
In 1951 an expedition found tracks between Tibet and Nepal, photographs were take of the large prints but there are doubts on their authenticity. Even Sir Edmond Hillary and Tenzing Norgay the famous Everest climbers have seen foot prints of the yeti on earlier expeditions.
It is said to be carnivorous and be partial to Yak meat, Yak being the local cattle.
Tibet, Nepal, Himalayas.