After studying two DNA samples that supposedly were taken from a yeti in the Himalayas, a British geneticist has concluded that the samples are not from anything living, but are nearly identical to ancient polar bears. Somehow, the idea of ancient bears roaming around just out of the corner of your eye is cooler than bigfoot.
Whenever someone claims to have found Bigfoot or any part of him, the question of DNA evidence always comes up. Well now, a lab in Texas says they’ve analyzed DNA from from supposed Bigfoot hair has yielded surprising results— it’s not human, but it’s not human. I WANT TO BELIEVE.
Whether you call it Bigfoot or Sasquatch, scientifically, such creatures don’t exist. There has been no evidence and no real proof that giant ape-like creatures are roaming the mountains of the Pacific NW or the Himalayas. But once, something like that did exist. Kinda.
Several weeks ago, we told you about how a group of Russian yeti hunters claim they found “irrefutable evidence” of the existence of yetis in Siberia. And this is that evidence. A nest, a rough “footprint” and some trees bent over.
According to a group of Russian yeti hunters, they’ve gathered “indisputable” proof that yetis are real and live in the mountains of Siberia. This proof has supposedly been sent to an independent lab for verification, but everyone knows that yetis actually live on the sun.
Tim Wheeler from Cleveland County, North Carolina (which is about as far into the moutainy boonies as you can get in NC) claims to have encountered a sasquatch with six fingers and “beautiful hair”.