Tuesday, December 5, 2017

Author Loren Coleman Comments on 'Yetis are "Just Bears"'

The crypto world was rocked last week when scientists announced that Yeti DNA very much resembled the DNA of polar bears. Cosimo Author Loren Coleman commented on the article on his blog saying:

"For decades, cryptozoologists have pointed to there being three kinds of Yetis – a small Yeti, a human-sized Yeti, and a quite large bear-like Yeti. Explorer Tom Slick investigated these three types in the Himalayas in the 1950s. Bernard Heuvelmans and Ivan T. Sanderson in the late 1950s and 1960s, as well as modern researchers this century, including myself, Mark A. Hall, and Patrick Huyghe, called this variety the Dzu-Teh. The recent Bryan Sykes’ study confirmed there were bear artifacts behind some of the so-called Yeti samples he studied and which were highlighted by Icon Films."

Coleman was also interviewed by The Huffington Post to get his take on the matter, saying: “Until we discover a yeti, we’ll never have a sample of yeti DNA, so the only matches that come up will be from samples of bear."

Read up on all things Yeti by checking out our cryptozoology page online, reading more of Loren Coleman's work, or paying a visit to the International Cryptozoology Museum.

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