So odd, so different,
it might just be real. It all started with a photograph by Eric Shipton from decades ago of a single large footprint in the snow of the Himalayan Mountains (Fig. 1). Here I simply added bones based on the apparent primate nature of the trackmaker and included gorilla pedal data for comparison.
Distinct from human tracks,
the big toe of the Himalayan trackmaker is much bigger and does not extend as far as in humans. The tracks is wider than in humans. Digit 2 appears to be shorter than in humans.
Several years ago an expert of yeti and bigfoot, Dr. Jeff Meldrum,
appeared on ‘Joe Rogan Questions Everything’ #2 with Duncan Trussell (audio only, click to listen via YouTube). While Joe and Duncan tried to add levity to the discussion, Dr. Meldrum portrayed the facts as he knew them, keeping speculation to a minimum.
We touched on this subject
about a year ago earlier here.