New Study Strengthens The Case Against Bigfoot Or Yetis

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New Study Strengthens The Case Against Bigfoot Or Yetis

A large number of people believe that bigfoot or yetis exist, perhaps in the snowy peaks of Urals, Himalayas or Rocky Mountains. But a scientific analysis of dozens of DNA samples linked of the sightings of yeti and its cousins such as bigfoot, migyur, sasquatch and almasty proved otherwise. Oxford University geneticist and an expert on ancient DNA, Bryan Sykes published the results of its study in the Proceedings of the Royal Society.

None of those samples belonged to a bigfoot or yeti

Sykes and Michel Sartori, an entomologist at the Museum of Zoology in Switzerland, brought in and analyzed 36 samples of fur and hair purportedly left by the bigfoot or yetis. They sought the help of cryptozoologists and monster-hunters to collect samples. The samples were from India, Bhutan, Russia, United States, Nepal and Indonesia.

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