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  • News Scientists: Himalayan Yetis may have been arctic bears

    Yeti mystery solved? Geneticist links Abominable Snowman hairs to bears * - NBC News.com

    After a yearlong quest, a British geneticist says he has matched the DNA from hairs attributed to Himalayan Yetis, also known as "Abominable Snowmen," to a breed of Arctic bear that lived tens of thousands of years ago. Other researchers say that might be as good an explanation as any.

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    Re: Scientists: Himalayan Yetis may have been arctic bears

    This explains SO MUCH!

    Disco Yeti's not frozen - he's hibernating.
    Boggard LIEEEEF!

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        Re: Scientists: Himalayan Yetis may have been arctic bears

        Originally posted by BogLurch View Post
        This explains SO MUCH!

        Disco Yeti's not frozen - he's hibernating.
        :lmao:
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          Re: Scientists: Himalayan Yetis may have been arctic bears

          Scientists stick it to Cameron

          lol

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            Re: Scientists: Himalayan Yetis may have been arctic bears

            Originally posted by BogLurch View Post
            This explains SO MUCH!

            Disco Yeti's not frozen - he's hibernating.
            Very good! )

            Though if he were hibernating at least he'd be breathing.

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              Re: Scientists: Himalayan Yetis may have been arctic bears

              Next we need to find out what Big foot is from
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                Re: Scientists: Himalayan Yetis may have been arctic bears

                I think the Loch Ness monster was a relative of that 18 foot oarfish that washed up in Catalina.
                http://cbsnews.com/storysynopsis.rbm...catid=57608335

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                  Re: Scientists: Himalayan Yetis may have been arctic bears

                  Originally posted by CaliforniaAdventurer View Post
                  I think the Loch Ness monster was a relative of that 18 foot oarfish that washed up in Catalina.
                  http://cbsnews.com/storysynopsis.rbm...catid=57608335
                  I don't know, sounds a little fishy to me !:yea:

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                    Re: Scientists: Himalayan Yetis may have been arctic bears

                    Originally posted by redrhino54 View Post
                    I don't know, sounds a little fishy to me !:yea:
                    I have one better: It's the sign that the BIG ONE is coming to Earthquake prone California.

                    Oarfish mystery: Earthquake rumours over beached giant snake-like fish in California - Science - News - The Independent

                    I've also heard they're being killed by Fukoshima radiation at the bottom of the ocean.

                    What's your guess?

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