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Yetis are close cousins of sasquatch. Yetis live in the Himalayas and other cold places, including Alaska, but just like humans, they like to visit their families at Christmas. So, when winter hits in Montana, Alaska yetis walk down to see their cousins.

You are wondering, if they walk down from Alaska, why do we never see them? Yetis have the ability to make snowstorms so that no one can see them or trace them. They also have thick fur, with the chameleon-like ability to blend into the background, wherever they are. The heavy coat, plus fat-folds that keep them warm, lead to fungal growths. H...


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