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They`ve got video of them finding these. These are the guys from the SyFy (Sci-Fi) Channel`s show, "Monster Quest" and they filmed the finds as well as some other "phenomena" in the region.
Yeah I was wondering that too... I`d imagine a photo of the print wouldn`t be as good evidence to test for anatomical features, but it could prove that he didn`t just go there and dig a footprint or something.
"I wonder if it`s edible"
"Just because no one`s ever seen them, doesn`t mean their not real..."
I normally call crap on all of these things, but maybe there is a big monkey out there. :P
and i agree with lionhart
That`s right - you need at least 10,000 to be considered a viable breeding population for survivability. Any less and you get mutated, deformed cross-bred offspring.
So yeti`s, sasquatches, bunyips, thylacines and Loch Ness monsters are all non-existent, because even IF they ever existed, they don`t have the necessary numbers to breed.
I googled Mongolian Sand Snake........Scared sh*tless to go to Mongolia for the rest of my life.......THANKS
I`m not saying a yeti exists, but, you have just as much reason to believe that as I do. Unless you hunted down every single yeti on earth and took them out, you have no idea. Probably one person on this entire website will ever climb the Himalayas to begin with. Did we not just find a bunch of new types of species of animals a few months ago?
A lot of fake taxidermy have been deemed "anatomically legitimate" but that`s just because no one could see the stitches.
If this really counts as evidence I will question the scientific method used to come to such conclusion.