So they came back and they found out that, (chuckles) the real truth about the Yeti was there was no such thing. There was a skullcap they thought it was from, it was rumored that it was from the Yeti. It turned out to be the skull of a goat-antelope called, Oh, golly, I can’t remember the name right now. Cerel. And so they just proved that. And then they found out that, when the sun is on this side of the shady side of a ridge, for example, you’d see some fox tracks. But when they went over to the top of the ridge, into the sunlight, due to the process of high altitude melting, it doesn’t turn into a liquid, it’s called ablation. Well, those fox tracks because of the sunlight would elongate and that’s what they were calling the track of the snowman.