We gave three hairs from different areas of Shoria to yeti-hunter Prof Bryan Sykes of Oxford’s Wolfson Institute.
His tests reveal one, a long, thick, distinctive hair, comes from a rare type of black bear from North America — Ursus americanus. They can reach 7ft — just like the yeti sighted at Shoria, The other two hairs turned out to be from a racoon and a horse.
I am 100% sure that the Bigfoot and Yeti exists. They will obviously try to rub it off by saying it was a black bear etc.
Originally posted by grey9438
reply to post by christafinias
I dont quite know for sure but dont bears hibernate in the winter, while i think bigfoot/yeti are seen all year
They hibernate in the winter when it is the coldest and food is scarce. Contrary to popular belief, not all bears go to sleep in the beginning of winter and emerge in the spring. Most bears will come out a few times during the winter but go back in to continue to hibernate.