If you need help in snow and ice, who better to ask for help than a yeti?
In an effort to settle things once and for all, Oxford University scientists are calling for samples of so-called Yeti remains for genetic investigation.
Scottish scientists have analyzed the DNA of a mummified finger claimed to belong to a yeti.
The local administration of the Kemerovo region in the south of Siberia claims evidence of the elusive and mythical Yeti has been found deep in the mountains.
A group of Russian and American scientsts are this week off to Siberia to evaluate evidence for the existence of the yeti - and to go and look for one themselves.