An Abominable Snowman is generally described as being human-like but larger, covered with white shaggy fur and as having huge feet. It is also referred to as a Yeti.
Though one has never been photographed or filmed, footsteps have been found and measured.
These legendary huge furry beasts reside at the top of the highest mountains in the world, the Himalayans.
Several monasteries in Tibet claim they possess remains that are that of an actual Yeti.
Local tribes regard these mountain dwellers, the Mehteh with great respect. They will turn around anytime they encounter a large footprint.
Though these beasts are supposed to be extremely territorial, they are known to mostly eat greens and vegetables. They will however, enjoy feasting on human flesh if the opportunity presents itself.
There have been many reports in the 20th century involving footprints and possible sightings of these elusive mountain dwelling beasts.
Who or what is responsible for leaving these large footprints on the snow covered Himalayans? Will we ever know? Even to this day, similar incidents keep making headline news.
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Name: Aigamuxa, Aigamuchab
Features: Human looking creatures with eyes on their feet.
Source: African Mythology
The Aigamuchab were large man-eating and mostly human looking creatures with eyes either on the soles, in-step or on the back of the heels of their feet.
These powerful monsters lived in the dunes of the desert and could easily rip apart and devour any human prey they captured with their huge, long and sharp pointy teeth.
An encounter with this creepy desert beast is not something to wish on anyone, but an attack and capture could be avoided if the prey could outrun this deadly but disadvantaged monster.
If one could keep in mind the location of its eyes, all that was needed was to take advantage of the fact that the only way it could keep its prey in sight, was to stop and either lay down or do a quick head stand to see what it was chasing.
If a victim didn't give this predators sense of hearing or smell enough to keep this evil creature on chase, they could possibly escape unscathed
Amarok - This beast is a gigantic wolf that roams about in the deep woods waiting to hunt down and devour anyone foolish enough to venture out there alone.
Source: Inuit Mythology
Habitat: Northern Canada
Bonnacon - The Bonnacon (also known as Bonasus) is a bull-like beast with a horses mane. It also has two horns that are curved inward. It protects itself by discharging foul fumes and a long trail of dung. This dung is so hot that it sets fire to and burns anything it comes in contact with.
Source: Asian Mythology