Tuesday, January 20, 2015

Yeti, Bigfoot Exhibits at Nepal international Mountain Museum

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Source :
http://www.tsemrinpoche.com/tsem-tulku-rinpoche/paranormal/creatures-and-monsters/tale-of-the-yeti.html


Below are photos from the International Mountain Museum (IMM) in Pokhara, Nepal, in one of the sections of the Museum Hall is a small exhibition on Yetis!
Yeti sightings were so common amongst mountaineers that the NMA decided to collect all the information on Yetis from Himalayan mountaineers and compile them into a short display. The display tells stories about the thoughts and beliefs of famous researchers and writers, and the remarks of the local people who had encountered Yetis.


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The Monk and the Yeti




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Ang Dawa, Gyalzen Norbu, and Peter Byrne found a set of deep Yeti footprints at about 10,000 feet during the 1957 Slick Yeti Reconnaissance


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Tom Slick discovered this Nepalese Yeti footprint measuring ten by seven inches in the mud during the 1957


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Location Map of Tom Slick Yeti Expedition


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Sir E. Hillary showed the sketch of Yeti based on eyewitness account. The sketch was adapted from one of Heuvelmans' One the Track of Unknown Animals


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Bryan Byrne examines Yeti tracks found at 10,000 feet in the Arun Valley of the Himalayas in March during 1959


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Hand of Yeti: in Pamboche, 1959. Photographed by Prof. Teizo Ogawa


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Hand of Yeti: in Panboche, 1958. Photographed by Slick Johnson Snowman


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The footprint of Yeti


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Yeti: Footprints


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Area of the Yeti Sightings


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Shipton's party found fresh tracks providing evidence of the existence of the Yeti


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Nanda Devi, 1934 at Satopanth Glacier. They saw one bear close-to, and the Sherpa's were terrified, thinking it was a Yeti


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Everest from the South, 1951. They found the creature's foot in the Menlung Glacier


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Footprints of Yeti, found in 1951 on Menlung Glacier, West of Everest by E. Shipton


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Two men holding a stuffed chemo near a monastery


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The footprint that started Reinhold Messner on his quest for the Yeti


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A chemo paw


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A so-called Yeti scalp from the monastery of Pangboche


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A stamp of the Kingdom of Bhutan, depicting the Yeti as a kind of Himalayan King Kong


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A fresh footprint in the mud next to young barley plants


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In a ritual dance, the stuffed chemo becomes the Yeti


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Conclusion Display 1




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Conclusion Display 2


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Conclusion Display 3


Brown bear ? lol

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