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Indian Army spots "Yeti" Footprints

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the13bats

the problem with this is most all admit yeti is type of bear...now true believers might say they just havent found the "real" yeti yet but from monks saying yeti was a bear, to all the known yeti hair tested being bear, im good that yeti is a bear.

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Earl.Of.Trumps

Nice to see our Yeti friend come to the forefront once in a while.

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Robotic Jew
50 minutes ago, Earl.Of.Trumps said:

Is his leg hurt?

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Myles

Finally!   Definitive proof.

No one can deny it now.

Of course there is no mention if anyone followed the footprints.  The Yeti actually leaves a trail so you can track it.  

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Myles

Believe it or not, I usually read this stuff with hope.   Hope that something significant is found.   

Unfortunately all we get is stuff like this.   Why is it wrong to question why they did not follow the tracks?   

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Earl.Of.Trumps
46 minutes ago, Myles said:

Believe it or not, I usually read this stuff with hope.   Hope that something significant is found.   

Unfortunately all we get is stuff like this.   Why is it wrong to question why they did not follow the tracks?   

Nothing. It's actually a good starting point. If the troops are on maneuvers then I am guessing they can't just change their plans.

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Earl.Of.Trumps
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Footprints are seen in the snow near Makalu Base Camp in Nepal, in this picture taken on April 9, 2019 obtained from social media on April 30, 2019. Indian Army/via REUTERS

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Earl.Of.Trumps

"...footprints measuring 32 by 15 inches"

  • That is an almost three feet long footprint. "A bear"  ROFLMAO!!!!!   :rofl::clap:

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Iilaa'mpuul'xem
52 minutes ago, Earl.Of.Trumps said:

"...footprints measuring 32 by 15 inches"

  • That is an almost three feet long footprint. "A bear"  ROFLMAO!!!!!   :rofl::clap:

A big bear with elephantiasis... 

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Korrelan

Rabbit/ fox/ animal jumping through deep snow.

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South Alabam

Has one been found? Not Yeti.

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OverSword
9 hours ago, Myles said:

Believe it or not, I usually read this stuff with hope.   Hope that something significant is found.   

Unfortunately all we get is stuff like this.   Why is it wrong to question why they did not follow the tracks?   

Especially considering they had guns.

Honestly, I feel compelled once again to say that if I had no first hand experience with the phenomenon I would not believe, but I have so I do. That’s all I’m going to say I’m not trying to convince anyone of anything.

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the13bats
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the pictures in this thread are odd, like walking a line no sway, perhaps a rabbit hopping then a little melt and refreeze,

we have poor unknown prints the are just that i see nothing to make a jump to yeti from this, unless thats what you want to believe.

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openozy

Just what that part of the World needs,an extra Homonid to feed.

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DieChecker
Posted (edited)
14 hours ago, Earl.Of.Trumps said:

 

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Footprints are seen in the snow near Makalu Base Camp in Nepal, in this picture taken on April 9, 2019 obtained from social media on April 30, 2019. Indian Army/via REUTERS

If those are 3 foot long tracks, then that's like a 8 foot stride. Probably put a humanoid yeti at like 15 feet tall. Has yeti ever been suggested at so tall?

That seems a long jump even for a rabbit. Maybe a fox? Or large-ish predator?

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childofindigo

Did anybody think of seeing where the tracks led? no that would be too easy!

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Loggins

The Size of the tracks cant be taken seriously, any track will triple in size as snow melts within it. And maybe it was a snow leopard in jumping stride. They can manage amazing height and length jumps when spotting a prey. Id say a snow leopard might have left a tail track but im not sure, they even might keep their tail in the air as a balance organ like other big cats..

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oldrover
10 hours ago, childofindigo said:

Did anybody think of seeing where the tracks led? no that would be too easy!

Down the rabbit hole? 

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qxcontinuum

Snow sandals, native. Not yeti lol

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