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Transcript of YETI
Alexander demanded villages to find it so he could see it himself. some people would do that if they had that power.
One day somebody was walking in the Himalayan mountains, they saw a very tall man-like creature walking and it was pushing down lots of trees.That obviously scared the man and then he ran all the way down the mountain back to the village.
The yeti was part of a pre-Buddhist
beliefs of several Himalayan people. He was told that the Lepcha People worshiped a glacier being as a God of the Hunt.
The yeti or more known as the abominable
snowman was first found in the Himalayas. One day someone saw in the mountain, a tall white furry man-like creature.
The yeti or the (abominable
snowman) is a cryptid. It's taller than
a average man that is said to be from
the Himalayas in the region of Nepal and Tibet. It's been there for more than 40,000 years. People say he is half polar bear and the other half is unknown.
In 1832, James Prinsep's
Journal of the Asiatic Society
of Bengal published trekker
B. H. Hodgson's account of
his experiences in Northern
Nepal. His local guides
spotted a tall, bipedal creature covered with
long dark hair, which seemed to flee in fear.
Hodgson concluded it was a orangutan.
Some people think the Yeti is an unusual form of a common animal, like a black bear or a male macaque.
By Reese trujillo,
and Jack Klosinski
Alexander the Great
20/21 July 356-10/11 June 323 B.C.
In 1951, an expedition to find the yeti, found tracks on the Menlung Glacier, between Tibet and Nepal.
The people of Nepal, in the himalayas, call it a "rakshasa" which is Sanskrit, their language, for "demon". According to them, stories of its existence date back to the 4th century BCE; references to the Yeti are found in their poem called 'Rama and Sita'. It has regularly been seen since 1832.