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What is a Yeti?

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A Yeti is a legendary creature that many people believe lives in Nepal. The creature supposedly lives in the Himalayan mountains near the highest peaks, and its existence has been rumored and spoken about for thousands of years.

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What is a Yeti?
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According to the legend of Nepal, the Yeti is a large animal that is covered in white hair, and it has large canine teeth and large feet. It can only be seen when it descends from the top of the mountain range to search for food. Throughout history, many hikers and climbers have claimed that they have seen the Yeti on their way up Mount Everest.

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