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Indian Army Gets Trolled After Saying They Discovered a “Yeti”

Better catch this one before it melts away

The Indian Army believes in the Yeti AKA the Abominable Snowman. We know this because that’s what they tweeted out when the Indian Army’s mountaineers spotted a set of large footprints in the snow in the northeastern Himalayas on April, 9, 2019.

So now the question on everyone’s minds is – what’s this abomination they’ve got themselves into?

Here’s the official tweet by the Indian Army:

At first, people thought that the Indian Army was conducting a trolling experiment on its followers. That myth wasn’t true but the Yeti certainly is!

Now not only is the world shivering just reading this, but we hope they don’t roll on the floor laughing.

A Mistake?

Some Indians went as far as to beg the military body to delete the tweet, once became clear that the mountaineers are serious about their findings (another cover-up?).


People even wondered how they came to that conclusion when the footprints were in a singular line.

Birth of New Controversy Theory

Then came the conspiracy theories.

One theory suggested this was indeed evidence of the Yeti catwalk. Clothes are what separate us from primates, so it makes sense that this was the Yeti moving towards civilization. Conspiracy theorists, don’t ever change guys.

Another conspiracy theory says that the Indian Army now knows how to concoct a Getafix (we think that potion was Felix Felicis) potion. Word is the Yeti taught them and that’s how the ‘snowman’ managed to stay so elusive all these years, melting into the shadows.

One person called for a temple to be built. Coincidentally there’s a temple in Lepakshi with a footprint of the same size. This will definitely help revive ritualistic practices (that’s what helped the Mayans). Perhaps this will finally bring Yetis to the dialogue table. Pakistan should take notes here, since that’s one way of opening a dialogue with your arch rival.

Then there were the far-fetched, grizzly theories that the tracks belong to a bear. This matter keeps getting hairier and furrier.

Are Yetis Real?

To confirm the science behind this landmark discovery we’ve had to quote Daniel C. Taylor, author of Yeti: The Ecology of a Mystery

“In every case you will find that all yeti footprints were made by the Himalayan black bear, Ursus thibetanus.”

The truth of the matter is that the ‘abominable snowman’ pops up in a number of South Asian cultures. It is said to inhabit the Himalayas, Siberia, Central, and East Asia. The names Yeti and Meh-Teh are commonly used by the people indigenous to the region.

We really know something is legit when it has a lineage tree to prove it. The Yeti is a distant cousin of the American Bigfoot. Let’s not forget the Loch Ness monster too.

The Indian Army is really diving into a new world of discovery.

So how seriously do we take these findings? Perhaps this tweet might settle it:

Written by Lens Staff


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