BANFF NATIONAL PARK – Provincial wildlife experts are warning hikers, skiers and snowmobilers that we’ve entered the most active period of the Yeti mating season and forestested areas are no longer safe for human activity.
“The Yetis tend to most active following the solstice,” said regional cryptobiologist Caroline DeKnight. “Humans aren’t the only ones who find long nights romantic.”
During breeding season, Yetis are known to display aggressive behavior towards humans, including but not limited to biting, mauling, and sobbing uncontrollably while holding the human in a bear hug and drunkenly ranting about their ex. thebeaverton.com read more
Government urges people to stay out of the woods during yeti mating season thebeaverton.com/2018/01/govern