By Alex Blake
Recently, news about the existence of Bigfoot, a half-ape, half-human mythical creature, resurfaced. This time, the people who testify the existence of the creature have Bigfoot DNA samples with them. According to them, the Bigfoot DNA samples were taken from the dead body of the creature found lying in the forests of northern Georgia.
They even presented three blurry pictures of the creature placed inside a container resembling a refrigerator. However, they did not disclose the exact location where they took the picture and where they stored the dead body of the alleged creature, saying that they were protecting it from possible harms. They have resolved that the elusive Bigfoot is no more elusive and that it really exists. And so, that was their story.
However, science tells us that they are wrong. The two Bigfoot DNA samples they secured were tested and analyzed by a scientist in California. And the result - one was a DNA sample from a human, and the other one was from a forest mammal (the size of a cat) called opossum. With that said, the alleged Bigfoot DNA samples are no less than an attempt to make a stir in the media.
The two defended their claim and still resolved that the Bigfoot DNA samples they secured were actually taken from the creature's dead body. As with the result that the samples were from the DNA of a human and an opossum, they claimed that those were probably the creatures eaten by the Bigfoot before it died; thus, affecting the Bigfoot DNA.
Today, they are still claiming the existence of the elusive creature amidst the negation of science. While others still believe the existence of Bigfoot, others take the rejection of the alleged Bigfoot DNA as enough to make them believe that the creature is non-existent. Why don't the two discoverers just bring the alleged Bigfoot's dead body to the public so that medical professionals can thoroughly and professionally verify whether it's really a corpse of the Bigfoot or not. The Bigfoot DNA they presented is as good as inutile if they can't bring the dead body to the public.
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