Expedition of military climbers of the Indian Armyannounced the discovery in the Himalayas of traces of “snowman”, indicated on the page of the Ministry of Defense of India on Twitter. The Office explains that the above marked traces of 81 × 38 cm in size were found by expedition members on April 9 in Nepal, next to Makalu Peak (the fifth highest peak in the world), however, they did not immediately report the discovery, the results of which it was concluded that the traces left in the snow correspond to the descriptions put forward in the theories about the existence in the Himalayas of human-like creatures called yeti.
“This elusive snowman was previously seen only once - in the Makalu-Barun National Park,” the Indian military reported on Twitter.
Local media in the military department explained thattraces were photographed, and the pictures were transferred to scientists. After the military decided to still publish photos to stir interest among other enthusiasts of the theory of the existence of Bigfoot.
Should it be said that Twitter usersvery skeptical of the statements of the Indian military? First of all, many were perplexed by the fact that the yeti, apparently, one-legged, and moves by jumping, or goes like a model on the catwalk - each new trail is built in line with the previous one.
"I do not want to sound unpatriotic, but Iit seems that the yeti are not accustomed to walking on the catwalk, putting one foot in front of the other, as models do. Unless it's a one-legged yeti, ”writes user Hemant Chandak.
Others note that so far there is no convincing scientific research and evidence of the existence of Bigfoot.
“Organizations like yours should be moreResponsible and cautious before reporting any traces of yeti. A lot of research has been done on this topic, and not a single one provided convincing evidence of their existence, ”the users write.
The opinion that the presence of mysterious traces can be explained in a less convoluted way turned out to be very popular - for example, someone could walk through snowshoes at this place.
It should be noted that claims for finding tracesThe alleged snowman from different parts of the world sounds quite often. For example, only in the same United States in the period from 1921 to 2013, a total of at least 3313 such cases were reported. However, despite numerous expeditions and research, scientists still have not found solid scientific evidence for the existence of the Yeti.
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