The world is so full of myths and legends that keeps us thinking whether if they were right or just an old tales.
Since young age we all got to know about the legendary creature “Big Foot” that creature that is part of human and part of god only knows what.
people have tried to prove its existence a lot but in vain.
Surprisingly the cousin of big foot has appeared in Indian, exactly at the Makalu Base Camp in the Himalayas.
“Yeti” which we all think of as the cousin of big foot has appeared in India.
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The Indian army tweeted to their followers on Monday that they found the footprints of the mysterious mythical beast ‘Yeti’.
It’s unbelievable matter that they found the creature “Yeti” as no one has ever seen it before.
The Indian Army tweet
The tweet stated that “For the first time, an #IndianArmy Moutaineering Expedition Team has sited Mysterious Footprints of mythical beast ‘Yeti’ measuring 32×15 inches close to Makalu Base Camp on 09 April 2019,”
This tweet has gone viral, it was re-tweeted more than 8,000 times with more than 2,500 comments.
This matter turned to be an international JOKE around the world.
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We are happy that finally Bigfoot has got the chance to find a friend like yeti to have fun with.
May be both can hang up together and ski from time to time.
People have been commenting on the tweet about what it’s thought to be “yeti” footprint.
They are wondering if that “Yeti” have been jumping on one leg that’s why they can find only one footprint.
Others asked the Indian army to remove their tweet before they turn themselves into international joke.
I think it’s too late to remove it now anyway.
Well the “yeti” was considered to be a legend due to lack of evidences, will the Indian army succeed to prove that there is really a one leg yeti or not.