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'''Ban-manush''' is the mythical bi-pedal cryptid [[Nyalmo]] which has been spotted in Bangladesh measuring at 20 feet tall. <ref>{{cite encyclopedia| last = Eason | first = Cassandra | title = Fabulous Creatures, Mythical Monsters And Animal Power Symbols | publisher = Praeger Publishers Inc.,U.S. | date = 2007 | id = ISBN 978-0275994259 }}</ref> It's name means "ape man" in Bengali and is one of many variations of the mythical abominable snowman in South Asia. <ref>http://www.wsu.edu:8001/~delahoyd/crypto.intro.html</ref>
 
'''Ban-manush''' is the mythical bi-pedal cryptid [[Nyalmo]] which has been spotted in Bangladesh measuring at 20 feet tall. <ref>{{cite encyclopedia| last = Eason | first = Cassandra | title = Fabulous Creatures, Mythical Monsters And Animal Power Symbols | publisher = Praeger Publishers Inc.,U.S. | date = 2007 | id = ISBN 978-0275994259 }}</ref> It's name means "ape man" in Bengali and is one of many variations of the mythical abominable snowman in South Asia. <ref>http://www.wsu.edu:8001/~delahoyd/crypto.intro.html</ref>
   

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Ban-manush is the mythical bi-pedal cryptid Nyalmo which has been spotted in Bangladesh measuring at 20 feet tall. [1] It's name means "ape man" in Bengali and is one of many variations of the mythical abominable snowman in South Asia. [2]





References

  1. ^ Eason, Cassandra (2007). Fabulous Creatures, Mythical Monsters And Animal Power Symbols. Praeger Publishers Inc.,U.S. ISBN 978-0275994259. 
  2. ^ http://www.wsu.edu:8001/~delahoyd/crypto.intro.html