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Boardman and Tasker Tracks



Pete Boardman and Joe Tasker had been camping 17,000 feet up Mount Changabang in the Himalayas in 1977 when they heard a loud commotion and encountered a large creature crashing through their camp site, scattering their belongings everywhere. Later that day they found and photographed a series of tracks in the snow along the mountainside that they believed belonged to the culprit - the Yeti.

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