Woolard, Sarah; Holden, Susan
January 2000
Beastly Tales;2000, p22
Book Chapter
Information about the Yeti taken from a chapter of the book "Beastly Tales" is presented. It is noted that most of the stories about the strange creature come from people who reside in the Himalayas and mountaineers who climb the mountains. Eric Shipton, a mountaineer, and his companions saw a footprint resembling that of a human only two times wider.


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