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Shipton Yeti Tracks



A series of tracks alleged to be those of the Yeti that were photographed by Eric Shipton during an expedition to the Himalayas in 1951. The tracks were 13" long by 13" wide. One theory is that these tracks were created by the process of 'freeze thaw' in which otherwise small prints are enlarged due to rapid freezing and thawing.

See main article: Yeti

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