The amphibious yeti is the only yeti that can stand being in water. All the other yetis hate water, unless they are drinking it. The amphibious yeti, or "Swimmer," is about 6-8 feet tall and has a bluish tint in its fur. This helps them blend in with the water. These elusive yetis can hold their breath for up to 5 hours and can swim down to about 500-600 feet. Once killed, the amphibious yeti sinks to the bottom, which makes their hides extremely hard to get. If you have any information on the whereabouts of any schools of amphibious yetis, or even have a hide or two, e-mail us! We need all the help we can get in exterminating this species.