The world's foremost expert on chimpanzees has expressed an interest in the Bigfoot phenomenon.
With over 45 years of experience studying primates, Jane Goodall is perhaps the best person to ask about the possibility of a new undiscovered species of bipedal hominid living in some of the world's most secluded woodland. "I'm not going to flat-out deny its existence," she said during a recent fundraiser in California. "I'm fascinated and would actually love them to exist."
Goodall did however express reservations over the lack of conclusive evidence. "Of course, it's strange that there has never been a single authentic hide or hair of the Bigfoot, but I've read all the accounts," she said.
"The scientist and activist has spent her fair share of time with apes: in the early 1960s, her research in Africa showed that chimpanzees could use tools, were not vegetarian, and had distinct personalities."
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