The story of ‘Yeti’ is very common in mythological texts it is said that Yeti exists in the colder regions like Himalayas, Siberia, Central and East Asia. While everyone believes that this is all myth and also cooked up a story but the recent tweet by Indian Army has left everyone startled.
Recently, the Indian Army tweeted a photo where we can see footprints of a giant like a creature which is said to be Yeti the beast. The footprints were discovered on April 9 at Makalu Base Camp in Nepal. While some may think that it is fake but they twitted to aware the scientists who are doing research on this creature for years.
In the tweet they wrote, “For the first time, an #IndianArmy Mountaineering Expedition Team has sited Mysterious Footprints of mythical beast 'Yeti' measuring 32x15 inches close to Makalu Base Camp on 09 April 2019. This elusive snowman has only been sighted at Makalu-Barun National Park in the past.”
For the first time, an #IndianArmy Moutaineering Expedition Team has sited Mysterious Footprints of mythical beast 'Yeti' measuring 32x15 inches close to Makalu Base Camp on 09 April 2019. This elusive snowman has only been sighted at Makalu-Barun National Park in the past. pic.twitter.com/AMD4MYIgV7— ADG PI - INDIAN ARMY (@adgpi) April 29, 2019
Those who don't know about this creature then let us tell you Yeti is also known as ‘abominable snowman’, an ape-like creature who is taller than an average human. Not just this creature is also known as ‘Meh-Teh’ by the inhabitants of the region.
According to NDTV, sources said "We tweeted as we thought prudent to excite scientific temper and rekindle the interest. 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.”
In fact, in most popular animated show ‘Tintin in Tibet’ the whole episode was dedicated on ‘Yeti’ from here we can recollect ou memory and can join the dots that it is actually true.
According to lead scientist Charlotte Lindqvist, associate professor from the University of Buffalo College of Arts and Science said, "Our findings strongly suggest that the biological underpinnings of the Yeti legend can be found in local bears."