The Yeti in Himalayan folklore, is an ape-like creature purported to inhabit the Himalayan mountain range in Asia. In western popular culture, the creature is commonly referred to as the Abominable Snowman. Supposed evidence of the Yeti's existence include anecdotal visual sightings, disputed video recordings, photographs, and casts of large footprints. Some of these are speculated or known to be hoaxes.
It is said to occasionally consume human flesh, unlike their close cousins, the Almastis. Like Bigfoot, they enjoy their privacy, but are not docile and have been known to hunt down and attack trespassers. Is a carnivore, main diet of fish, although an oppotunist hunter.
The Yeti is often described as being a large, bipedal ape-like creature that is covered with brown, gray, or white hair, and it is sometimes depicted as having large, sharp teeth.[3]