Yeti, Sasqautch, the Abominable Snowman and Bigfoot: they all are different names for the massive ape that is sighted often in the Himalayas.
It was first sighted in 1811 by a fur trader, David Thompson, who had claimed to have seen massive four-toed footprints in the fresh snow.
Soon, new sightings sprang up. In 1884, a team who had set out to capture Bigfoot claimed to have seen him by a river.
People now have managed to snap photos of him.