Following the definite, incontrovertible and utterly undeniable news that yeti footprints have been sighted in the mountains of Nepal, the hunt is on again for those elusive, semi-mythical creatures which haunt the back woods and gloomy waters of the planet, as well as the more feverish parts of our imaginations. So where can you catch a glimpse of a yeti? And, more to the point, where can you lay eyes on a bigfoot, a bunyip or a fiendish chupacabra? Telegraph Travel goes a bit Mulder-and-Scully on a journey into the dark… Yeti Where? The creature also sometimes known as The Abominable Snowman tends to hang out – if it hangs out anywhere – amid the icy peaks of the Himalayas. Which means Nepal, Bhutan, Tibet and India. Sightings have also been claimed further afield in Mongolia, if you want to be really adventurous, and far closer to home in the Spanish ski resort of Formigal (though this one really resembled a man in a furry suit). What? Tibetans … [Read more...] about Is the Yeti real, and where can I spot one?
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Jake Ellison, SFGate.com Published 10:53 am PDT, Thursday, November 1, 2018 The Great Barrier Reef murder: Climate change has wiped out half of the reef since 2016; and things are looking bad for this coming summer. The recent study "Global warming transforms coral reef assemblages" adds, direly: "The 2015–2016 global bleaching event is a watershed for the Great Barrier Reef, and for many other severely affected reefs elsewhere in the Indo-Pacific Ocean. Furthermore, the Great Barrier Reef experienced severe bleaching again in early 2017, causing additional extensive damage. The most likely scenario, therefore, is that coral reefs throughout the tropics will continue to degrade over the current century until climate change stabilizes." Photo: Aerial view of the Great Barrier Reef, Queensland, Australia. less The Great Barrier Reef murder: Climate change has wiped out half of the reef since 2016; and things are looking bad for this coming summer. The recent study … [Read more...] about The things humans have already erased from the planet