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November 10, 2019, 02:36:47 PM
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Most eye witness accounts of the Sasquatch confirm that they avoid humans,  however there are accounts where humans have been followed by them at a distance.  I suspect that such action would be due to protective strategies ( i.e keeping an eye on a potential threat to their families). And or out of curiosity.  There are accounts of them becoming more aggressive if people don’t leave a particular area.

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Star man

It does seem as if this 'Mystery Creature' exhibits tendencies not unlike Humans or indeed many animals, ie, It can be peaceful or violent.

If the work done by the Sasquatch gem one project is true then they say they have data that suggests that there is human DNA in their genome.  So again if it is right then they would be quite similar to humans.  Kind of like a wild human hybrid.

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Star man

November 11, 2019, 02:17:01 AM
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wikipedia on sasquatch:
"After what The Huffington Post described as "a five-year study of purported Bigfoot (also known as Sasquatch) DNA samples",[88] but prior to peer review of the work, DNA Diagnostics, a veterinary laboratory headed by veterinarian Melba Ketchum, issued a press release on November 24, 2012, claiming that they had found proof that the Sasquatch "is a human relative that arose approximately 15,000 years ago as a hybrid cross of modern Homo sapiens with an unknown primate species." Ketchum called for this to be recognized officially, saying that "Government at all levels must recognize them as an indigenous people and immediately protect their human and Constitutional rights against those who would see in their physical and cultural differences a 'license' to hunt, trap, or kill them."[89]

Failing to find a scientific journal that would publish their results, Ketchum announced on February 13, 2013, that their research had been published in the DeNovo Journal of Science. The Huffington Post discovered that the journal's domain had been registered anonymously only nine days before the announcement. This was the only edition of DeNovo and was listed as Volume 1, Issue 1, with its only content being the Ketchum paper.[89][90][91]

Shortly after publication, the paper was analyzed and outlined by Sharon Hill of Doubtful News for the Committee for Skeptical Inquiry. Hill reported on the questionable journal, mismanaged DNA testing and poor quality paper, stating that "The few experienced geneticists who viewed the paper reported a dismal opinion of it noting it made little sense."[92]

The Scientist magazine also analyzed the paper, reporting that:

Geneticists who have seen the paper are not impressed. "To state the obvious, no data or analyses are presented that in any way support the claim that their samples come from a new primate or human-primate hybrid," Leonid Kruglyak of Princeton University told the Houston Chronicle. "Instead, analyses either come back as 100 percent human, or fail in ways that suggest technical artifacts." The website for the DeNovo Journal of Science was setup [sic] on February 4, and there is no indication that Ketchum's work, the only study it has published, was peer reviewed.[93] "
These guys are not helping our hairy friend's cause!

November 11, 2019, 08:34:03 AM
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It’s difficult to know whether the work done by the genome project has credibility at present.  But it would be interesting if a completely independent peer review was undertaken including the use of the samples for further analysis and confirmation.

At the end of the day if they are tying to present a false investigation and pass it off as genuine then they would be kidding themselves.

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Star man