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Watch: A ‘Yeti’ Spotted in Spain?


The mysterious appearance of a yeti has long been raising questions for years, whether they are still alive or not.  If they are, where are they taking shelter? Well after watching this video, one has to believe that they are alive.

A  yeti has been in spotted in the ski resort of Formigal in northeast Spain. He looked like a giant creature having fur like that of a polar bear but bigger in size. The footage recorded by a skier has gone viral over the social media, where the creature was seen walking through snow-covered hills.

“Strange animal spotted in Formigal. What the hell is this? A bear or a bloody Yeti? ‘We’ve told the ski resort but they haven’t taken us seriously.” said the skier.

“I bet there’s something on the loose out there. I know what I saw.”


The resort authorities said that it has not been clarified whether the giant snowman inhibits in the area. There is no cause of alarm and fear for visitors’ safety. Search-operation is on-going at the site where it was supposedly sighted.

“We have spoken to the witnesses of the sighting to identify the area in which it took place and after combing the area we have found nothing.We believe therefore that there is no cause for alarm and that visitors’ security is guaranteed.  In any case we will remain alert.” a spokesman said, in a report by Sky News.

Fonsi Nieto, former Grand Prix motorcycle road racer, tweeted, “Is there a bear in Formigal? Be careful.” wrote news.com.au.

Another case of yeti appeared in Bhutan, when a Brititsh mountaineer, Trekker Steve Berry believed to have spotted the footprints of the giant creature in the remote area of the Himalayas.

“The prints were clearly visible with the naked eye from where we were standing on a pass at 17,800ft.” said Berry in a report covered by The Sun.

The locals said that Berry along with other fellow mountaineers were the first ones who stepped in this area.

He said that there is no way a four-legged creature could have made “a single line of footsteps”.

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