Evidence and tracks scattered over 125,000 square miles, would

Evidence that Bigfoot
exists is usually broken down between eyewitness, footprints, recordings, and
somatic samples, while some researchers also study folklore and indigenous legends.

The first scientific study of big foot evidence, conducted by John Napier in
1973, stated if people were looking for a conclusion based on the ‘hard’
evidence, science must declare ‘bigfoot does not exist’. He believed ignoring thousands
of eyewitness accounts and tracks scattered over 125,000 square miles, would be
very difficult. In conclusion he believes big foot exists, whether it’s the way
the general public perceives it to be, or a totally different creature all
together, but there is some creature in North-West North America that needs
explaining.

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The strongest evidence is
somatic samples as this is scientific and therefore the most reliable. A group
of researchers brought to attention a video of a creature in Kentucky, coarse
hairs, tissue samples, drops of blood, and tooth marks. One hundred and
thirteen samples of hair, mucus, blood, nails, saliva, and skin with hair and
tissue were collected from thirty-four places around North America. All the
samples turned out to be human, however, when looking at the genome sequences,
parts of the DNA did not match any other species seen before. They believe it
to be a genetic hybrid that originated from modern human females. 11 laboratories
and universities, who were all given a blind sample of the DNA, backed the
statements made.