I'm going to guess against this from being a yeti. The reason I say that is in the story it states that the aplm of the foot is hairy. Yet on countless footprint impressions, some of which have been recently examined by forensic scientists, the have found dermal ridges in the palms of the feet, not hair.
Re: Bigfoot limb found?
« Reply #1 on: Oct 18th, 2003, 05:15am »
Very good deductions Jaeson, but since 95.99% of us have NEVER seen a said Sasquatch, then how would we even know what cousin Yeti's got on the bottom of his/her/its feet. A colder climate may support new theories?
Actually, both reports aren't long enough, information wise, to give much of anything but an overview.