Gave himself a relative of Bigfoot howls

May 29, 2012 7:14

Work in Australia for the film crew recorded a heart-rending cries of unknown creatures.

Illustration from scaruforkids.com

Illustration from scaruforkids.com

Crew channel Animal Planet, in Australia, has recorded the cries of unknown creatures. Members of the expedition convinced that they have managed to obtain proof of the existence of Bigfoot, writes The Daily Mail.
Team members are seeking hominid recorded someone roar in the forest on the border of Queensland and New South Wales. The researchers said they heard a noise, which could issue "Jovi" — the legendary ape-like creature that supposedly lives in Australia and is a relative of Bigfoot.

As one of the participants, James Fay, the crew of at least two saw Bigfoot footprints, and recorded sound, he said, are the best evidence of its existence. "They belong to an unknown species. If we were in North America, could be attributed to us heard the roar of a big bear. But in Australia there are no big bears "- said Fay. However, he refused to publish audio before present its findings on the TV show.

Meanwhile, the search for evidence of the existence (or nonexistence) of Yeti employees started in Oxford and the Museum of Zoology in Lausanne. They are going to analyze the DNA fragments, which presumably belong to Bigfoot. The examination will be held hair, bones and other biomaterials from the collection of a Swiss museum. Promise to publish the results in peer-reviewed journals.

Last year, British researchers looked at the exhibit, which is more than half a century, preserved in the Museum of the Royal College of Surgeons: a mummified finger, which was brought in 1950. Tibet and allegedly belonged yeti. However, DNA analysis has shown that in fact the owner of the finger was normal Homo Sapiens.

Victor POSPELOV

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