Explorers who discovered smudge marks on their car believed to be from Bigfoot are appealing for help.
The discovery of the smudge marks made in California's Sierra National Forest has generated a new wave of interest in the Bigfoot phenomenon, Jeffrey Gonzalez and colleagues have appealed for help in carrying out a DNA test to determine once and for all if the marks were made by a Bigfoot or something else. "Since nobody knows what a Bigfoot is, there's no available DNA for it. But by testing this DNA, by process of elimination we can find out if it was a bear, gorilla, baboon or something else," he says.
"With two paw marks clearly visible on the car window, this smudge could provide the DNA evidence that finally proves the existence of Bigfoot."
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