On return, army team stays mum on Yeti footprint claims

An Indian Army expedition to Mount Makalu which claimed to have found footprints of the mythical creature Yeti has returned, but contrary to the official plan, is yet to share evidence of the discovery, such as photographs, with domain experts.

The expedition was flagged off on March 26, and several officials privy to the expedition said the team has recently returned to India.

This army planned to share the evidence with experts to establish presence of the monstrous ape-like  creature Yeti, after the team returned from Mount Makalu, located along the Nepal-Tibet border.

Experts said the army has not given them any material related to the find.   Read More

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