What Do Yetis Eat?


Yetis are omnivorous in nature but are known to mostly prey on sheep and yak. These animals are mostly active at night since they are nocturnal. They are believed to share a few characteristics with mountain gorillas.
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A yeti eats chimpanzees, giant pandas, zebras, Thompson's gazelles, gray wolves, gorillas, mandrill and wildebeests. It also eats red kangaroos, ibex, gemsboks, giraffes, bighorn sheep, warthog and giant anteater. A yeti name usually refers to a rock thing.
Yeti are known to be omnivorous in nature. It is known to prey mostly upon yak and sheep, supplementing its diet with forage. Yeti are primarily nocturnal in nature, although they may be active during part of the day.
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