Scientists crack Yeti samples: It's a bear (and a wee bit of dog)
Will this news stop cryptozoologists from seeking the out mythical mountain creatures?
BUFFALO, NEW YORK — Wicked science coming out of Buffalo, New York says the abominable snowman isn't much of man at all.
Scientists at the University of Buffalo, New York used their mad skills to analyze 9 so-called Yeti samples from several museum and private collections. Turns out those Yeti samples were just bears and a dog.
That's one Asian black bear, one Himalayan brown bear, six Tibetan brown bears and some pooch's tooth.
According to CNN, previous research looking at suspected yeti hair samples found they came from ancient polar bears, dogs and other bears.
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