As many as three independent laboratories — in Moscow, St. Petersburg and the University of Idaho — have completed the analysis of DNA Kuzbass yeti fur. Everywhere the same conclusion: biological material does not belong to a primate, and not the person.
Recall a year ago, scientists 5 countries, reaching the taiga to Azasskoy caves found there mark Yeti hairs from sticking to the clay floor of the cave international expedition biologists and cryptozoologists from around the world discovered back in October of 2011, several strange footprints.
Not a bear, not wolves. And not even the monkey. A cool-like bare, human, only one and a half times more than the norm.
In one of the tracks, to the delight of biologists, even imprinted capillary network, which confirms that this is not fake. Another track — all by surprise. Overweight Yeti, leaving footprints in the wet clay, left a few hairs.
They were then collected in a bag and then — divided into 3 parts. So, wool Kuzbass Bigfoot and went to the best laboratories in Moscow, St. Petersburg and in the U.S., the University of Idaho.
A year has passed. And all three groups of scientists to study the finished wool Kuzbass Bigfoot, got essentially the same result.
— We all came to the same conclusion — says Valentin breather Azasskoy member of the expedition in a cave, Doctor of Biological Sciences, St. Petersburg academician, professor. — Studies under the electron microscope showed it wool, hair, man is a mammal. But this hair is not a bear, a wolf, a goat and other known animals Mountain Shoria and known prehistoric mammal.
According to Professor Sapunov the wool coat is identical to the "snow" a man who was found earlier in the Ural and under Peter, and the United States.
— And DNA analysis has shown — explains Valentin breather — it is closer to being a man of understanding than the higher primates. Because — in terms of DNA — is being (Yeti) is different from Homo sapiens to within 1 percent. A DNA closest relatives to humans — chimpanzees differs from human DNA by more than 1 percent.
As the professor is convinced breather Kuzbass Bigfoot truly exists. He is sure of his real traces at 99 percent. A wool has studied the reliability of 65-70 per cent of the valid science 95 percent.
Now scientists have received another batch of hairs — is another of the Kuzbass Bigfoot, found next to his tracks, 50 km from Azasskoy cave. And one of the hairs — was torn out spikes when the Yeti himself stomped on her way, from the root. Now, scientists have hoped that survived the hair bag. It will be studied to enhance the reliability of the existing results.