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The Yeti, also known as the abominable snowman , is a large ape-like creature that is rumored to roam the mountains of Tibet. Although the native Tibetians have centuries of tales about the yeti , it did not come to the attention of the West until the early 19th century when explorers from Europe began to chart the Himalayan mountains. Explorers reported finding large footprints in the snow that their sherpa guides would claim were made by the ''man-bear snowman.'' A translation error would cause the English speaking world to think it was the ''filthy snowman'' which was changed to the abominable snowman after using some creative license. It is reasonable to assume that the yeti was an eastern offshoot of the same type of creature as the sasquatch of North America, but due to the altitudes and inhospitable terrain no verifiable evidence has been found of a living specimen . It is believed that the yeti may have gone extinct as food and shelter have become very rare in the Himalayas, but explorers continue to search just in case.