Well, it's official. Wow. I'm so excited!
Lonely Planet's guide to Nepal says that Khumjung Monastery has a sign outlining the different types of yeti. The apelike dre-ma and tel-ma cause calamity, while the chu-ti preys on goats, sheep and yaks. Worst of all is the mi-te which is a man-eater, 6 feet to 8 feet tall, with "a very bad temperament".
Just pointing out that they've completely dismissed the bigger question here. There's no proof that such a creature even exists. But apparently, they've somehow got their hands on one and swabbed it's mouth for a sample?
Yeah, and that part about the whatever-the eff-it-is creating a hybrid species by coming after our women is hilarious.
Since I'm a little educated in the Bigfoot community (I'm obsessed with it), I'll break it down a little bit.
Mostly from hair, blood, and tissue samples (109 samples to count)
But the big testing comes from the steak or partial body remains come from the "Sierra Kills" by Justin Smeja.
Ask me any questions you may have.
Oh, and there's a huge battle going on between the believers and skeptics (the majority of which are defending their claims with psuedoskepticism)
Oh, and no evidence?
There's a TON of anecdotal evidence, here's a few examples.
•Over 30,000 eyewitness accounts reported in the BFRO database alone
•Well over 200 recorded, dynamically splayed footprints
•Samples that get tested and come back as "unknown (that's changed now, obviously)
And I've been following Ketchum for the last two years waiting for her to release. This isn't a hoax. Plus, there's the Oxford study.
EDIT 2: Yes, they have a slightly decomposed body, but it is nevertheless. Research "Sierra Bigfoot Kills & Justin Smeja"
Kind of a gruesome murder scene to be honest.