Yeti Project Japan finds footprints

Yoshiteru Takahashi, the leader of the Yeti Project Japan, back from his teams 3rd attempt to locate a Yeti on Dhaulagiri IV — a 7,661-metre (25,135-foot) peak in the Himalayas spoke with reporters in Kathmandu on Monday.

The team reports a sighting in an area where Takahashi saw what he thought was a yeti during a previous expedition in 2003 and the photos of footprints.

“The footprints were about 20 centimeters (eight inches) long and looked like a human’s,” said Yoshiteru Takahashi. “Myself and other team members have been coming to the Himalayas for years and we can recognize bear, deer, wolf and snow leopard prints and it was none of those.”

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