The furry creature has been caught on blurry video after blurry video, but does that mean it really exists?
After a five years study, Dr. Melba Ketchum, a prominent veterinarian, believes DNA may prove the link that Bigfoot does exist and is part human.
The blogosphere says the DNA was collected from a half-eaten blueberry bagel.
Ketchum says her analysis shows Bigfoot’s mitochondrial DNA matches humans. According to Ketchum, women interbred with some unknown primate to produce the Bigfoot race sometime in the last 15,000 years.
Her press release ends with calling on the creatures protection, saying, “Government at all levels must recognize them as an indigenous people and immediately protect their human and Constitutional rights . . .”
How can someone mistakably breed with Bigfoot, you’re asking? It’s not too hard to imagine . . .
So, does this mean it’s official? Sasquatch exists? For the moment, no. The study hasn’t be published.
What do you think? Did a woman mistakably (or unmistakably) breed with Bigfoot, or were the samples contaminated by a sneeze?