July 2nd, 2014 12:29 EST
Oxford University Researchers Prove Bigfoot is a Myth! Video!
"Oxford geneticist Bryan Sykes teamed up with a number of other researches to analyze more than 30 hair samples attributed to yeti, Bigfoot and other anomalous primates.
The results, published in an issue of the Proceedings of the Royal Academy B, concluded the hair samples came from animals like bears, wolves, cows, raccoons and horses. One sample was matched to a human and another was matched to a goat-like animal called a serow."
In 2012, researchers at Oxford University and the Lausanne Museum of Zoology invited Bigfoot aficionados to send them any samples they thought were from the mythological beast.
Understandably many Bigfoot fans were too embarrassed to send samples of their rubber ape outfits, but the researchers did receive many samples of Bigfoot hair.
One sample was matched to a human, probably a member of the Duck Dynasty clan, and another was matched to a goat-like animal called a serow.
The rest of the samples came from run-of-the-mill animals like bears, wolves, cows, raccoons and horses.
The renowned Oxford University researchers have proven beyond a shadow of a doubt that Bigfoot is a myth.
If you have a sample of Bigfoot DNA flush it down the damn toilet, and stop wasting the time of the Oxford scientists.
Read more: http://www.upi.com/Odd_News/2014/07/02/Oxford-geneticist-concludes-bigfoot-hair-samples-are-actually-from-wolves-bears-and-even-a-human/1901404301001/#ixzz36KAiGYfo
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