ADVICE for Yeti hunters from the US Embassy in Kathmandu comes in the form of a 1959 contract. Hunters can photograph the Yeti but they must not shoot it dead, except in an emergency. If killed, the Yeti becomes the property of Nepal, which also owns all image rights.
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