The Dzu-teh is the largest of the 3 types of Yeti found in the Himalayas. "Dzu-teh" means "big thing", but it also goes by the name "Chemo".

Appearance & DescriptionsEdit

The Dzu-teh is a 9-foot tall, thick-bodied, carnivorous cryptid. It walks on 2 legs or 4, and has clawed feet. When it walks on 4 legs, the Dzu-teh's footprints overlap. It frequently attacks livestock.


Despite the common view that all Yeti are unknown hominids, most evidence points to the Dzu-teh being a bear. This would have to be a new species, because no bear in or around the Himalayas fits the description of the Dzu-teh.