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Bigfoot: New evidence
Hairs found in Indian jungle are of 'no known species' say scientists
By Geoffrey Lean, Environment Editor
Sunday, 27 July 2008
It is right up there with the Loch Ness monster: the subject of claimed sightings, passionately promoted by believers, dismissed by the scientific community. But now experts say they have found the best evidence to date that the yeti might – just conceivably – be real.
Tests at Oxford Brookes University on hairs which local people believe came from a yeti in an Indian jungle have failed to link them with any known species and are said to bear "a startling resemblance" to those brought back from the Himalayas by Sir Edmund Hillary half a century ago
Originally posted by Azador
A three metre(10ft) 300kg(660lb) Harry with split ends.
Ive always been fascinated that a being this large could be living so close to us yet has never been captured.So if they are real perhaps this discovery could renew interest in searching for them?