does yeti exist

The existence of the Yeti, an ape-like creature purported to inhabit the Himalayan mountain range in Asia, has been a topic of debate and fascination for many years. However, scientific evidence suggests that the Yeti does not exist. A study conducted by Dr. Charlotte Lindqvist and her team analyzed nine samples of historic Yeti evidence and concluded that the biological underpinnings of the Yeti legend can be found in local bears. The samples were found to come from various types of bears, debunking the centuries-old myth of the Yeti. In 2013, research by a British scientist also concluded that the legendary Himalayan Yeti may, in fact, be a sub-species of brown bear. While the myth of the Yeti remains popular in the region, there is no concrete evidence proving its existence.
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