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* In ''VideoGame/{{Paladins}}'', the undead champion Terminus was given the Abominable skin for the Christmas 2018 event. The [[https://twitter.com/PaladinsGame/status/1068195874684182528 Abominable skin]] turns Terminus into a big, [[DropTheHammer hammer-wielding]] yeti who hates how [[FaceOfAThug everyone thinks he's mean ol' brute when he is really a nice guy]].


* ''Series/EerieIndiana'': Marshall Teller often spots Bigfoot rooting around in his trash.

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* ''Series/EerieIndiana'': Marshall Teller often spots ''Series/EerieIndiana'':
** In "Foreverware", it is revealed that a
Bigfoot rooting around in his trash.apparently finds human cuisine palatable enough to eat out of the Teller family's trash.
** In "Marshall's Theory of Believability", Professor Nigel Zircon's assistant Claude meets a female one when he's planting the fake "space thing." It is wearing a large pink bow on its head.


* Lila from ''WesternAnimation/TheLifeAndTimesOfJuniperLee'' is a [[CuteMonsterGirl Cute Sasquatch Girl]].

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* Lila from ''WesternAnimation/TheLifeAndTimesOfJuniperLee'' is a [[CuteMonsterGirl Cute Sasquatch Girl]].Girl]] that joins Juniper as a schoolmate and a [[SixthRanger fellow fighter]]. Curiously, Sasquatchs in Juniper's world are not magical creatures like the other non-human beings and thus aren't affected by the {{Glamour}} that hides the magical world from ordinary humans; this allows Lila to attend school after a body hair-removing spell reveals she is indistinguishable from a human girl except for her larger hands and (of course) feet. [[WomenAreWiser Also, she's a lot smarter than the rest of her (presumably) all-male tribe.]]

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* ''Series/MysteryHunters: The first episode sees Araya trying to find out if Bigfoot, who has been allegedly sighted in Oregon, is real or not.


* Bigfoot and other North American fuzzy walkers appear in several episodes of ''Series/LostTapes''. Bigfoot himself is largely benevolent, his wrath reserved for [[AssholeVictim a nasty poacher]]. The Southern Sasquatch, or Foukes Monster, however, is much nastier and violently kills anything that disturbs its territory. The Yeti is the worst of all, with its episode taking place on a ship where it has escaped from confinement and slaughtered the crew. A crew of reporters who sneak onboard to check out the hidden story find that it's the worst-and final- mistake they make.

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* Bigfoot and other North American fuzzy walkers appear in several episodes of ''Series/LostTapes''. Bigfoot himself is largely benevolent, his wrath reserved for [[AssholeVictim a nasty poacher]]. The Southern Sasquatch, or Foukes Monster, however, is much nastier and violently kills anything that disturbs its territory.territory (though to be fair, he didn't become violent till after the hunters tried to shoot him). The Yeti is the worst of all, with its episode taking place on a ship where it has escaped from confinement and slaughtered the crew. A crew of reporters who sneak onboard to check out the hidden story find that it's the worst-and final- mistake they make.



** A later episode introduces the Sasquach who are a subspecies of yeti with brown fur and no horns, [[spoiler:they were all but wiped out when their guardian Su-Ak betrayed Ti-Yet in a [[GreenEyedMonster fit of jealousy]] which then backfired and left Su-Ak the LastOfHisKind, he later be [[DrivenToSuicide kills himself]] out of grief and leaves his species presumably extinct]].

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** A later episode introduces the Sasquach Sasquatch who are a subspecies of yeti with brown fur and no horns, [[spoiler:they were all but wiped out when their guardian Su-Ak betrayed Ti-Yet in a [[GreenEyedMonster fit of jealousy]] which then backfired and left Su-Ak the LastOfHisKind, he later be [[DrivenToSuicide kills himself]] out of grief and leaves his species presumably extinct]].


* In ''Literature/PugsOfTheFrozenNorth'', the racers come across a half-sunken ship full of yetis who love eating noodle snow, but make them wash up afterwards so they don't have to. [[spoiler:In reality, the yeti's are the ship's crew, who turned into yetis from eating too many snow noodles.]]

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* In ''Literature/PugsOfTheFrozenNorth'', the racers come across a half-sunken ship full of yetis who love eating noodle snow, but make them wash up afterwards so they don't have to. [[spoiler:In reality, the yeti's yetis are the ship's crew, who turned into yetis from eating too many snow noodles.]]



* The ''Literature/{{Goosebumps}}'' series had "The Abominable Snowman of Pasadena".

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* The ''Literature/{{Goosebumps}}'' series had "The Abominable Snowman of Pasadena".Pasadena", which lived in Alaska and can freeze itself in a block of ice.



* ''Literature/EventGroup'': Mentioned in book 4, where Jack Collins states that there's no conclusive proof of their existence. One book later, they actually appear, living in Canada, where the local tribe of Tlingit Indians refer to them as the Chulimantan, or "They Who Follow". The creatures have excellent camouflage abilities, tend to send signals by beating on trees with wooden clubs, are attracted to shiny things, and are descended from the prehistoric apes known as Giganticus Pythicus, which followed prehistoric man over the Bering land bridge from Siberia to Alaska.



** The ''Series/MightyMorphinPowerRangers'' season 2 episode Storybook Rangers is about three of the rangers being trapped in a fairy tale. In this fairy tale, they encounter a menacing yeti-like monster who tries to bury them with an avalanche.

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** The ''Series/MightyMorphinPowerRangers'' season 2 episode Storybook Rangers is about three of the rangers being trapped in a fairy tale. In this fairy tale, they encounter a menacing yeti-like monster Snow Monster (whose suit is a recolored Primator from the [=Zyu2=] footage) who tries to bury them with an avalanche.



** ''WesternAnimation/ScoobyDooWhereAreYou'': The episode "That's Snow Ghost" features the [[NinjaPirateZombieRobot ghost of a Yeti]].
** ''WesternAnimation/TheNewScoobyDooMovies'': The episode "The Ghost of Bigfoot", guest-starring Creator/LaurelAndHardy, features... well, ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin.

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** ''WesternAnimation/ScoobyDooWhereAreYou'': The episode "That's Snow Ghost" features the [[NinjaPirateZombieRobot ghost of a Yeti]]. According to the man who tells the gang about it, it used to be a real animal in Tibet, but fell to its death while trying to leap over a gorge in pursuit of him, and its ghost later came back for revenge.
** ''WesternAnimation/TheNewScoobyDooMovies'': The episode "The Ghost of Bigfoot", guest-starring Creator/LaurelAndHardy, features... well, ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin. Rather than a true Bigfoot, it was supposedly the spirit of a mountain man who froze in a snowstorm years ago.



* ''WesternAnimation/CampCandy'': A baby bigfoot gets separated from his mother and kidnapped by DeForest to be used as a tourist attraction.

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* ''WesternAnimation/CampCandy'': A baby bigfoot gets separated from his mother and kidnapped by DeForest [=DeForest=] to be used as a tourist attraction.

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* ''Letters from the Big Man'' stars Creator/LilyRabe as a reckless Forest Service worker who strikes up a friendship with a Sasquatch while surveying [[SceneryPorn the serene wilderness of southwest Oregon]]. [[NotUsingTheZWord The Big Man]]'s costume is one of the finest ever filmed, and has to be seen to be believed.


Tall hairy humanoids who maintain a furtive existence in various remote corners of the world. "Bigfoot" and "Sasquatch" are different names for essentially the same entity, whose (ahem) stomping grounds are mostly in the [[UsefulNotes/TheOtherRainforest northwestern corner]] of the United States and the southwestern corner of Canada, with sightings also reported in the Sierra Nevada and Rocky Mountains. The "Yeti" or "Abominable Snowman" is a variety found high in the [[TheShangriLa Himalayan Mountains]], commonly depicted (whether due to associations with familiar Arctic animals like the polar bear, or just the "snowman" association) with white fur in fiction, although the local legends described it with red to brown hair.[[note]]Ironically, Bigfeet have been reported to have white fur, particularly in one sighting in Pennsylvania.[[/note]] Other lesser known varieties turn up in world-wide folklore and history under an assortment of names, such as the "woodwose" or "wild men" of Europe, the "[[YowiesAndBunyipsAndDropBearsOhMy Yowies]]" of Australia, the Almas of Russia and Mongolia, the Yeren of China, the Ngoui Rung of Southeast Asia, the Kakundak of Africa, or the "Skunk Ape" which dwells in the swamps of the [[DeepSouth southeastern]] United States.

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Tall hairy humanoids who maintain a furtive existence in various remote corners of the world. "Bigfoot" and "Sasquatch" are different names for essentially the same entity, whose (ahem) stomping grounds are mostly in the [[UsefulNotes/TheOtherRainforest northwestern corner]] of the United States and the southwestern corner of Canada, with sightings also reported in the Sierra Nevada and Rocky Mountains. The "Yeti" or "Abominable Snowman" is a variety found high in the [[TheShangriLa Himalayan Mountains]], commonly depicted (whether due to associations with familiar Arctic animals like the polar bear, or just the "snowman" association) with white fur in fiction, although the local legends described it with red to brown hair.[[note]]Ironically, Bigfeet have been reported to have white fur, particularly in one sighting in Pennsylvania.[[/note]] Other lesser known varieties turn up in world-wide folklore and history under an assortment of names, such as the "woodwose" or "wild men" of Europe, the "[[YowiesAndBunyipsAndDropBearsOhMy Yowies]]" of Australia, the Almas of Russia and Mongolia, the Yeren of China, the Hibagon of Japan, the Ngoui Rung of Southeast Asia, the Kakundak of Africa, or the "Skunk Ape" which dwells in the swamps of the [[DeepSouth southeastern]] United States.


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* ''WesternAnimation/BigHero6TheSeries'': There are urban legends of a Hibagon dwelling in the Muirahara woods near San Fransokyo. [[spoiler:It's actually the mad hermit Ned Ludd, whose long hair and beard is mistaken for the monster's fur. Then in Season 2, the hibagon becomes real as Ned Ludd gets turned into an actual monster by the BigBad.]]

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* ''WesternAnimation/{{Minions}}'' has a subplot in which the eponymous minions become the servants of a community of yetis.

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* Lars, the eponymous ''Webcomic/TheAwkwardYeti''. There's another yeti character who's ''less'' awkward than Lars.


Tall hairy humanoids who maintain a furtive existence in various remote corners of the world. "Bigfoot" and "Sasquatch" are different names for essentially the same entity, whose (ahem) stomping grounds are mostly in the [[UsefulNotes/TheOtherRainforest northwestern corner]] of the United States and the southwestern corner of Canada, with sightings also reported in the Sierra Nevada and Rocky Mountains. The "Yeti" or "Abominable Snowman" is a variety found high in the [[TheShangriLa Himalayan Mountains]], commonly depicted (whether due to associations with familiar Arctic animals like the polar bear, or just the "snowman" association) with white fur in fiction, although the local legends described it with red to brown hair.[[note]]Ironically, Bigfeet have been reported to have white fur, particularly in one sighting in Pennsylvania.[[/note]] Other lesser known varieties turn up in world-wide folklore and history under an assortment of names, such as the "woodwose" or "wild men" of Europe, the "[[Yowie YowiesAndBunyipsAndDropBearsOhMy]]" of Australia, the Almas of Russia and Mongolia, the Yeren of China, the Ngoui Rung of Southeast Asia, the Kakundak of Africa, or the "Skunk Ape" which dwells in the swamps of the [[DeepSouth southeastern]] United States.

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Tall hairy humanoids who maintain a furtive existence in various remote corners of the world. "Bigfoot" and "Sasquatch" are different names for essentially the same entity, whose (ahem) stomping grounds are mostly in the [[UsefulNotes/TheOtherRainforest northwestern corner]] of the United States and the southwestern corner of Canada, with sightings also reported in the Sierra Nevada and Rocky Mountains. The "Yeti" or "Abominable Snowman" is a variety found high in the [[TheShangriLa Himalayan Mountains]], commonly depicted (whether due to associations with familiar Arctic animals like the polar bear, or just the "snowman" association) with white fur in fiction, although the local legends described it with red to brown hair.[[note]]Ironically, Bigfeet have been reported to have white fur, particularly in one sighting in Pennsylvania.[[/note]] Other lesser known varieties turn up in world-wide folklore and history under an assortment of names, such as the "woodwose" or "wild men" of Europe, the "[[Yowie YowiesAndBunyipsAndDropBearsOhMy]]" "[[YowiesAndBunyipsAndDropBearsOhMy Yowies]]" of Australia, the Almas of Russia and Mongolia, the Yeren of China, the Ngoui Rung of Southeast Asia, the Kakundak of Africa, or the "Skunk Ape" which dwells in the swamps of the [[DeepSouth southeastern]] United States.


Tall hairy humanoids who maintain a furtive existence in various remote corners of the world. "Bigfoot" and "Sasquatch" are different names for essentially the same entity, whose (ahem) stomping grounds are mostly in the [[UsefulNotes/TheOtherRainforest northwestern corner]] of the United States and the southwestern corner of Canada, with sightings also reported in the Sierra Nevada and Rocky Mountains. The "Yeti" or "Abominable Snowman" is a variety found high in the [[TheShangriLa Himalayan Mountains]], commonly depicted (whether due to associations with familiar Arctic animals like the polar bear, or just the "snowman" association) with white fur in fiction, although the local legends described it with red to brown hair.[[note]]Ironically, Bigfeet have been reported to have white fur, particularly in one sighting in Pennsylvania.[[/note]] Other lesser known varieties turn up in world-wide folklore and history under an assortment of names, such as the "woodwose" or "wild men" of Europe, the "Yowie" of Australia, the Almas of Russia and Mongolia, the Yeren of China, the Ngoui Rung of Southeast Asia, the Kakundak of Africa, or the "Skunk Ape" which dwells in the swamps of the [[DeepSouth southeastern]] United States.

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Tall hairy humanoids who maintain a furtive existence in various remote corners of the world. "Bigfoot" and "Sasquatch" are different names for essentially the same entity, whose (ahem) stomping grounds are mostly in the [[UsefulNotes/TheOtherRainforest northwestern corner]] of the United States and the southwestern corner of Canada, with sightings also reported in the Sierra Nevada and Rocky Mountains. The "Yeti" or "Abominable Snowman" is a variety found high in the [[TheShangriLa Himalayan Mountains]], commonly depicted (whether due to associations with familiar Arctic animals like the polar bear, or just the "snowman" association) with white fur in fiction, although the local legends described it with red to brown hair.[[note]]Ironically, Bigfeet have been reported to have white fur, particularly in one sighting in Pennsylvania.[[/note]] Other lesser known varieties turn up in world-wide folklore and history under an assortment of names, such as the "woodwose" or "wild men" of Europe, the "Yowie" "[[Yowie YowiesAndBunyipsAndDropBearsOhMy]]" of Australia, the Almas of Russia and Mongolia, the Yeren of China, the Ngoui Rung of Southeast Asia, the Kakundak of Africa, or the "Skunk Ape" which dwells in the swamps of the [[DeepSouth southeastern]] United States.


Tall hairy humanoids who maintain a furtive existence in various remote corners of the world. "Bigfoot" and "Sasquatch" are different names for essentially the same entity, whose (ahem) stomping grounds are mostly in the [[UsefulNotes/TheOtherRainforest northwestern corner]] of the United States and the southwestern corner of Canada, with sightings also reported in the Sierra Nevada and Rocky Mountains. The "Yeti" or "Abominable Snowman" is a variety found high in the [[TheShangriLa Himalayan Mountains]], commonly depicted (whether due to associations with familiar Arctic animals like the polar bear, or just the "snowman" association) with white fur in fiction, although the local legends described it with red to brown hair.[[note]]Ironically, Bigfeet have been reported to have white fur, particularly in one sighting in Pennsylvania.[[/note]] Other lesser known varieties turn up in world-wide folklore and history under an assortment of names, such as the "woodwose" or "wild men" of Europe, or the "Skunk Ape" which dwells in the swamps of the [[DeepSouth southeastern]] United States.

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Tall hairy humanoids who maintain a furtive existence in various remote corners of the world. "Bigfoot" and "Sasquatch" are different names for essentially the same entity, whose (ahem) stomping grounds are mostly in the [[UsefulNotes/TheOtherRainforest northwestern corner]] of the United States and the southwestern corner of Canada, with sightings also reported in the Sierra Nevada and Rocky Mountains. The "Yeti" or "Abominable Snowman" is a variety found high in the [[TheShangriLa Himalayan Mountains]], commonly depicted (whether due to associations with familiar Arctic animals like the polar bear, or just the "snowman" association) with white fur in fiction, although the local legends described it with red to brown hair.[[note]]Ironically, Bigfeet have been reported to have white fur, particularly in one sighting in Pennsylvania.[[/note]] Other lesser known varieties turn up in world-wide folklore and history under an assortment of names, such as the "woodwose" or "wild men" of Europe, the "Yowie" of Australia, the Almas of Russia and Mongolia, the Yeren of China, the Ngoui Rung of Southeast Asia, the Kakundak of Africa, or the "Skunk Ape" which dwells in the swamps of the [[DeepSouth southeastern]] United States.

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** A later episode introduces the Sasquach who are a subspecies of yeti with brown fur and no horns, [[spoiler:they were all but wiped out when their guardian Su-Ak betrayed Ti-Yet in a [[GreenEyedMonster fit of jealousy]] which then backfired and left Su-Ak the LastOfHisKind, he later be [[DrivenToSuicide kills himself]] out of grief and leaves his species presumably extinct]].


* A legendary surviving mammoth has a similar role to a Yeti in one episode of ''WesternAnimation/{{Babar}}''. Made sense as the show is about anthropomorphic elephants.

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* A legendary surviving mammoth has a similar role to a Yeti in one episode of ''WesternAnimation/{{Babar}}''. Made Makes sense as the show is about anthropomorphic elephants.


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* ''WesternAnimation/{{Wishfart}}'' has a recurring yeti character named Samuel, who is permanently smothered in ice cream due to a wish he made from Dez for infinite ice cream that he soon ended up regretting when he found out he was lactose intolerant. Additionally, a Bigfoot named Saskie shows up from time to time.

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