India Army tweets about yeti

Yeti footprints: Yeti a mythical beast sighted by Indian Army:-


Yeti is known an “elusive snowman” also known as “abominable snowman” or the “big foot”. We all have seen Yetis in movies such as ” The Mummy”, “Yeti Obhijaan” a Bengali film and in many video games we have seen Yeti including “Titan Quest”, “Mr. Nutz”, etc.

Creatures like Yeti said to inhabit the Himalayas, Central and East Asia and Siberia.
Indian Army tweeting claiming it’s mountaineering expedition team sighted mysterious Yeti footprints Makalu base in Nepal on 29th April 2019 claiming this “abominable snowman” has been sighted near Makalu-Barun National Park in Nepal measuring 32×15 inches Yeti footprints. Other than Yeti sightings in the Himalayas and Siberia Yeti sightings are also seen in the other regions such as North America and Pacific Northwest.

Yeti footprint first time captured in 1951 on

The up route of Mount Everest by British explorer Eric Shipton. In the southwest Siberia, Shorsky National park another Yeti footprint has been found in the cave on the mountainous area.

Indian Army saying sightings of Yeti footprint at Makalu base in Nepal has images of only a single foot appeared on Twitter. It has been claimed for decades many have seen the Yeti but were not able to show any kind of proof showing the existence of Yeti. Indian Army sources say Indian Army found Yeti footprint ten days ago but wanted to surprise us all by showing the proofs of Yeti footprints through images and videos which the mountaineering expedition team of Indian Army has shown on the twitter. The photographic evidence surely proves that the earlier theories about Yeti creatures are true and not a myth.

ADG PI – Indian Army tweeted:

EFor the first time an #IndianArmy mountaineering expedition team has sighted mysterious footprints of mythical beast ‘Yeti’ measuring 32×15 inches close to Makalu Base Camp on 29-04-2019(Monday). This elusive snowman has only been sighted at Makalu-Barun National Park in the past

Nepalese government hoping to capture the ” Yeti beast”, issued a hunting license for Yeti in 1950s. Since then many researches, explorers, scientist and travelers claiming to sighted Yeti but didn’t have any proof as of now. Indian Army said they handed over the photographs of Yeti footprints to the experts to for verification and scientific evolution. Yetis are known as हिममानव or Himmanav in India.

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