To start, this is a man-like monster is relative to the monster Bigfoot (Click for info on Bigfoot), but not quite the same. The only similarities are that they both live in North America and are said to have existed for about 6,000 years. The similarities end here. What is different about this creature is that unlike Bigfoot, The Yeti didn’t evolve from an animal species, it evolved from the “caveman.” The Yeti is usually spotted in China, the Himalayas and on up into the former Soviet Union to Siberia. The total population of these creatures is around 227. The average life span is between 120 and 130 years. That is amazing—living that long! Another thing that’s amazing (but mostly funny) is that their feet are positioned backwards! Well, that’s how spotters said he looked. But please remember, the Yeti is carnivorous, so please, if you are going to hunt these they might try to eat you.
KEEP IN MIND: THE YETI IS NOT RELATED TO BIGFOOT! For Bigfoot: Click here Thank You!