Mount Everest in the Himalayas. Everest , searched for evidence of the Yeti. They also collected samples from bears in the region and from animals elsewhere in the world. In , Oxford geneticist Bryan Sykes put out a call to all Yeti believers and institutions around the world claiming to have a piece of Yeti hair, teeth or tissue taken from a sighting. Bindernagel may have been impressed, but another scientist who participated in the same expedition concluded that the "indisputable" evidence was hoaxed. Bigfoot researcher and biologist John Bindernagel claimed that he saw evidence that the Yeti not only exist but also build nests and shelters out of twisted tree branches. The explorers told the journalist they had discovered some very large footprints on the mountain to which their guides had attributed to "metoh-kangmi," essentially meaning "man-bear snow-man. He describes his own encounter with a large, unidentifiable creature in his book " My Quest for the Yeti: Confronting the Himalayas' Deepest Mystery " St.
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