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Yeti photo fetches $7K at auction

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London - A photograph of a footprint suspected to be that of a yeti sold at a Christie’s auction in London for 3,500 pounds ($7,089).

The photograph was taken during a 1951 mountaineer expedition to Mount Everest.

"There has been a great excitement over the yeti photograph," Christie’s spokesman said.

"What it is, I don’t know," wrote expedition member Tom Bourdillon on the back of the photo, "but I am quite clear that it is no animal known to live in the Himalaya, and that it is big."

Legend has it a yeti is a large apelike creature that inhabits the Himalayas. It was first reported by N. A. Tomaz of the Royal Geographic Society in 1925

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m. Moe

If it's the photograph that I am thinking of then somebody's just wasted 7000$ because everyone has already seen it.

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swtp

For that much money i would want a video of and a personal interview with yeti himself!

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nativechick1989

Geez...thats a lotta money.................

I don't believe pix, pix can be fake(d).

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goalienan
For that much money i would want a video of and a personal interview with yeti himself!

:lol::w00t:

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Smeagol1
:sleepy: What a waste.......

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Mr Black

some people have more money than sense!

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louie

Weither the pic is real or not is irrelvant, the money alone will encourage people to fake more sightings so if a genuine pic turns up itll get lost amongst all the fakes, same applies to ufo pics ,etc etc.

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