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(BBC)   After DNA testing on alleged yeti hair, research scientist concludes it is a hybrid brown/polar bear   ( bbc.co.uk) divider line
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2013-10-17 11:06:15 AM  
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After DNA testing on alleged yeti hair, research scientist concludes it is a hybrid brown/polar bear

After doing testing on a piece of could-be yeti hair,

Scientist concludes it is a mix of brown and polar bear.

Read that to the tune of 'Modern Major General'.
2013-10-17 11:00:00 AM  
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ikanreed: You need to get your head out of your cryptozoological ass.

Insects and small mammals are creatures. The Saola and Sundaland clouded leopard aren't exactly tiny, either.
2013-10-17 10:45:48 AM  
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nekom: What is it about population dynamics that people don't understand?  Seriously, if there is such a thing there is not one or two or even 10 of them, there would have to be hundreds and the evidence would be plentiful.

We're still discovering new creatures on a daily basis, and extincting them twice as fast.

But i think the best evidence against a large intelligent ape living in the woods is that not only have we failed to find any with extensive deforestation, but none have fought back against that deforestation.
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