posted on Nov, 9 2013 @ 01:05 PM
Standing upright to get a view of what's around them is a common bear behaviour. They're far from bipedal, but frankly it's entirely possible
that some or all reports of Yeti can be accounted for as misidentified bears - same for Bigfoot here in the Americas. I don't think for one second
that it's a coincidence that this Oxford geneticist, one of the leading experts on the planet, found hair from a previously unknown archaic variant
of polar bear in an area where people report seeing a large, white furry creature.
An ancient, thought-extinct sub-species of polar bear roaming the Himalayas may not be as sexy as an unknown hominid, but it's still pretty damned
fascinating. Where I live, polar bears are semi-aquatic and hunt seals on/around sea ice.. I'd love to know how they were getting by in the
It's fascinating to think that there's an unknown bipedal great ape species out there roaming the wilderness, but in the age where every other
hunter has a camera trap, where there are more humans than ever in more remote places than ever, where are they?
Something I hear more and more often from the 'bigfootologists' is that the creature has some kind of paranormal ability to avoid people/cameras. If
you have to go to that sort of length to reinforce your beliefs, I think you should reexamine them.