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English: Photograph was taken at Menlung glacier on the Everest expedition by Eric Shipton in 1951. Sir Edmund Hillary believed the footprint was from a wild dog or snow leopard and distorted by the melting snow.
|Source||Epitaph to the Elusive Abominable Snowman. LIFE Magazine. 13 January, 1961.|
|Author||Sir Edmund Hillary|
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