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New DNA research collected by Professor Bryan Sykes, a leading British geneticist, reveals a unique genetic link the may answer the centuries-old mystery what is Bigfoot? The results are featured in a new two-hour special. Sykes sets off on a global quest to unlock the real story of Bigfoot. Sykes, professor of human genetics at the University of Oxford, collected and tested Yeti hair samples in the western Himalayas to find out what species they came from.
The research by geneticist Bryan Sykes on hair from the Himalayas that is said to have come from yetis seems to indicate a possible evolutionary path for the creatures, with a 100% genetic match to a known early species.
IIRC most if not all of the Discovery/NatGeo/Animal Planet/TLC type channels are owned by the same company, must be why they show so much world history that has nothing to do with any military on the Military channel. Every show like this is so dumbed down the producer seem to think its the first time someone ever heard of what there show is about. I would be much more satisfied with a hour of the best POSSIBLE videos that could be found with a few experts pointing out and debating over the details than some "team" doing something that resembles field research. Re-enactments don't add credibility.
reply to post by six67seven I plan on watching and the kid inside is still hoping for...something. I don't think I've missed anything related to Bigfoot. I've sat thru Bobo and his band of misfits as they hear noises that aren't detectable to the television audience. I hoped that the boys from West Virginia weren't hoaxing the heck out of us (I still believe in them). Every show indicates that evidence has been recovered yet, by the end, there is nothing! Come on NATGEO, give us some answers!
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This is the guy who claims the Yeti is a thought to be extinct bear...edit on 17-11-2013 by ParanoidAmerican because: (no reason given)