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Sir David Attenborough: Yeti Could Exist

By Chris V. Thangham     Mar 1, 2009 in Environment
Sir David Attenborough, a well-known naturalist and British broadcaster, believes that the legend of abominable snowman, or yeti, is true.
In a BBC TV interview, Sir David Attenborough talked about the yeti. He saw the footprints of the yeti that was photographed first in December 1951 near Mount Everest by mountain climbers.
When Attenborough, 82, looked at the alleged footprints of yeti, he said he was absolutely baffled by it.
He told BBC:
Very, very convincing footprints have been found...Nobody goes up to 19,000 feet just to make a joke.
So, he believes the legend of the yeti is true and it exists.
In the article there is another photo of an alleged footprint of the animal taken by the Japanese mountaineers in September 2008. The climbers took the picture in Mount Dhaulagiri at an altitude of 14,600 feet in northern Nepal.
Even though Attenborough is a legend and famous for his Planet Earth documentary series, the skeptics would still like to see actual evidence of a body along with DNA analysis.
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