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The legend of Yeti: Now, Indian Army claims they spotted its footprints

The Indian Army has claimed to have captured giant footprints in the Himalayan snow that allegedly belongs to Yeti, a gigantic half-man half-snowman, popular in Nepalese folklore

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One of the pictures posted by the Indian Army showing giant footprints allegedly of a Yeti

BS Web Team New Delhi
Is the Nepalese folklore of the Yeti — the ape-like snowman that is way taller than an average human — really true? The Indian Army might like to believe so. 

In a tweet put out on Monday night, the Indian Army claimed that its Mountaineering Expedition Team sighted footprints measuring 32x15 inches on April 9 near the Makalu Barun park national park located in Nepal.

"This elusive snowman has only been sighted at Makalu-Barun National Park in the past," it said. 


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First Published: Apr 30 2019 | 9:34 AM IST

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