Wondering what to do with those pesky Bigfoot hair samples? Tired of them taking up room on your shelf when you’d rather display your Loch Ness monster tooth or your stuffed chupacabra? A group of European scientists are here to help.
Oxford University and Lausanne Museum of Zoology scientists are asking museums, scientists and people who like Yetis to share their Bigfoot hair samples for testing. According to New.com.au, Bryan Sykes of Oxford University says they’ve already received some blood, hair and things that Bigfoot supposedly chewed.
He believes that interbreeding between homo sapiens and Neanderthals might have played a role in the yeti’s origins. So, what do you think? Is this ridiculous or do you think Bigfoot roams the woods? Let us know below.