Bigfoot a Hybrid?

– – A prominent veterinarian is contending that Bigfoot exists, and is part human!  A five-year DNA study by DNA Diagnostics, a team of scientists in Texas chaired by Dr. Melba S. Ketchum, sequenced purported samples of Bigfoot DNA, finding that mitochondrial DNA, which is maternally inherited, is identical to human mitochondrial DNA.  Nuclear DNA samples, containing genetic material from both parents, appeared to involve a “novel, unknown hominin related to Homo sapiens and other primate species.”

Bigfoot may accordingly be a human relative whose origins can be traced to about 15,000 years ago when human females are hypothesized to have mated with males of an unknown primate species, according to the research.   On the other hand, the DNA samples may be contaminated, and many questions about the samples remain unanswered.  The study has not yet gone through the peer review process, and accordingly has no credibility in the scientific community at present… 

 

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3 Comments on “Bigfoot a Hybrid?”

  1. vulpesffb Says:

    Thought: Human females who would mate with males of an unknown primate species would possibly have questionable morals, although it is more likely that they were, err, “coerced.” We’re all familiar with the expression, “Unhand me, you big brute”…not personally, of course! 😉

    • carycomic Says:

      Well, it would certainly explain the decades-old persistence of sightings in general. And, the multiple sightings from various “Lovers’ Lanes” across the country, in particular. Rendered especially interesting, in retrospect, is the classic anecdote about the 1920’s prospector who claims he was abducted by the patriarch of a Sasquatch family of four!

      Could Big Daddy have been trying to do a little matchmaking for his not-so-little girl?


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