While this may seem like a strange concept, consider the most likely place an undiscovered creature of this nature would roam and prosper. You guessed it! -the furthest from human society that it can possibly reach. If there is an undiscovered bipedal primate roaming our lands, I would guess that it is probably in a location where the human population density is closest to zero ergo the Himalayas, Siberia and other colder regions. Mainly, where it becomes difficult for the human species to sustain life because - let's face it - when it comes to the wellbeing of animals, we're kind of dicks and if these bipedal primates are more intelligent than the common animal then I would say that they're probably smart enough to avoid us.
Anyway, why would I bring this topic up? Well, tis the season and there have been a couple of sightings, including a man - by the name of Gerry Moffatt - who is on the search for the elusive creature in the Himalayas and is currently being filmed by a National Geographic team. In this documentary series, Gerry intends to separate fact from fiction on his crusade to prove the existence of this elusive primate. During one of the episodes, Gerry even stumbles upon a Buddhist monastery who claims to have a Yeti scalp in their possession.
After night one of their search, Gerry describes how truly difficult it was to trudge through the unforgiving terrain and climate of the Machermo valley in the Himalayas. Plus, they didn't find the Yeti. So, the search continues...
Watch: The Yeti Hunt, Night One via The National Geographic Channel's: Abominable Snowman