Yeti lives in the Makalu/Barun National Park, new evidence suggests

The Makalu/Barun National Park and Conservation Area  is the least populated and least visited area of the high Himalaya. This intact ecosystem makes it an ideal habitat for the Yeti. New evidence suggest that he lives there. A footprint was discovered above 19,000 feet. Anyone knows that no human would be playing a hoax at that elevation so it must be true. Yeti lives there.

High Hope Pethangtse 2009 is not only a mountaineering expedtion but also a visit to the Yeti habitat and the habitat of other rare species such as the snow leopard, clouded leopard, wild boar, red panda, ghoral, himalayan barking deer, himalayan thar,  47 varieties of orchids and at least one variety of leach.

Given the remote and rugged natural environment and the limited resources available to actively protect these rare and endanged species, the Yeti is known to be taking personal responsibility for doing so.

MessinWithSasquatch_2-fullblackWhite800x600 (2)These photos, while taken in the wilds of Canada and of Yeti’s cousin, the Sasquatch, are further proof of the existance of Yeti.

“Sasquatch is real…aahhh!”  (Jon Stewart, The Daily Show exclaims in genuine fear)

 

from the:  Natural History Handbook for the Wild Side of Everest: The Eastern Himalaya and Makalu-Barun Area

” The project area around Mount Makalu and the Barun river valley of north-eastern Nepal represents an intact, but threatened, ecosystem in an area of globally significant biodiversity, the Eastern Himalaya. From tropical forests along the Arun river to the icy summits, the Makalu  Barun National Park and Buffer Zone is the only protected area on earth with an elevation gain of 8,000 m from 400-8,800 m all within 30 kilometers. As a result of this steep terrain, the Makalu  Barun area has 27 distinct forest types from almost every bio-climatic zone of the Eastern Himalaya. 

 If there is anywhere in the world where a creature like the yeti may exist, it is in the remote river valleys that drop from the mountains surrounding Makalu to the Arun river. Such a creature exists in the minds of all mountain people, in all mountain cultures. With wild places that might harbour the yeti being threatened in mountains everywhere, the world is richer if the possibility of the yeti still exists.”

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