Just came across this article, and while I'm not saying it's gospel truth, it does provoke some interesting thoughts on the whole "yeti"
phenomina> But even so it still has some useful stuff for those involed in reasearching the subject.
Just a small exerpt.
"The floor of the den was laid out with logs and rotten leaves, the walls were strong and did not let the cold wind pass through. There was nobody
inside of the den. There was some construction covered with sticks in the middle of the "room". Under the sticks, there was a hole of about one
meter in diameter leading deep under the ground. The hole was highly likely very deep as a stone thrown down emitted no sound at all. The expedition
decided it was an underground passage. However, the group had no special equipment to come down the passage. They just charted the site to get back to
it later. "
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