I was just on a search for new and or interesting fossil finds.
The possibility of finding new Hominid fossils here is slight due to the age of the sediment, but could it be possible there will be some evidence of
the Yeti to be found here? No fossil evidence has been found yet, but could this be the Holy Grail of fossil finds?
Any one have any ideas or other links to the fossils that have been found.
I didn't say there was any evidence of such a find.
The recent quake uncovered layers of fossils, fish and such which were from an ancient lake. Where there is water there is all sorts of life in the
water and on land. Hence my speculation. One never knows what will be found when sites such as this are uncovered.
For example the Gray, TN fossil site. Here's a link.
There have been some incredible fossil finds there and they have only scratched the surface of the site. www.grayfossilmuseum.com...
I am sorry for the confusion, being fairly new to ATS I am still learning how to post threads.
I am somewhat confused by your post, isn't the edit function used to EDIT ones posts, especially when information needs added or altered to further
the disscusion or clarify the thread topic?
I was only speculating on the topic, and this is in a cryptids forum so is this not all speculation any way?
Again I am very sorry for any confusing post or topic heading I have made and I only took steps to correct the problem not to further confuse.
I think some Bigfoot specialists believe Bigfoot to be remainders of the great ape species, gigantpithicus, I think.... I forgot the spelling exactly.
So, there may be fossils of great apes and all, however that does not prove, nor disprove the existance of bigfoot, after all, the fossils are faily
old, and a good deal of change has come and gone since then.
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