Abominable Snowman Really a Bear, Scientist Says

Professor Bryan Sykes believes that the legendary Yeti is a sub-species of brown bear.
1:00 | 10/17/13

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Scientists may have finally solve the mystery of the abominable snow that new DNA evidence of the -- the big foot of the Himalayas. Could be species of bear hair samples provided by locals for two different locations 800 miles apart. Had a 100% genetic match with an ancient polar bear. In the Himalayas. I found two very inching some polls from yes it is a report to -- -- Butler who people. And they -- off genetically identical. To a potent that. To us very ancient -- found. Installed. An -- 40000 you know cruel and the genetic. Profound if you like of is the sameness that. But I found them and -- Scientists say the most likely explanation is that the animals are hybrids between polar bears and brown bears -- -- adapted to life in the Himalayas. But the new discovery didn't bring any comfort to big for acknowledges -- still convinced that if Israel.

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