No description of Nepal can be complete without mention of the famous yeti the abominable snowman. This mysterious like creature lives high in the remotest regions of the Himalayas and has been talked and written about feared by hill people, searched by westerners, "seen" by countless people but never photographed. Footprints in the snow are the only trace the shy yeti likes to live but these are often thought to be normal size human prints that have grown as the sun melted the snow around them. Similarly, the yeti scalps on Solukhumbo region, in particular the one at the Psangboche Monastery, have all turned out to be a fake. Despite the scientific reluctance to accept the yeti's existence everyone would like to believe in it. What do you think?