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The BFRO and Gigantopithecus

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oldrover
5 minutes ago, docyabut2 said:

That's a link to a Wikipedia article on Gigantopithecus. What I meant was- what was it you were saying in your reply?  I honestly didn't follow it. 

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Trelane
21 hours ago, Razumov said:

So how do you debunk something without defining it?

What are you alluding to? What are you proposing in relation to your statements regarding a Russian paper?

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docyabut2
On ‎2‎/‎22‎/‎2019 at 3:23 PM, oldrover said:

That's a link to a Wikipedia article on Gigantopithecus. What I meant was- what was it you were saying in your reply?  I honestly didn't follow it. 

Sorry, what I was saying there are no bigfoots in the Americans and people are just making them all up, there are no bones found.  but  Gigantopithecus were real, but never crossed the Atlantic ocean

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oldrover
1 hour ago, docyabut2 said:

Sorry, what I was saying there are no bigfoots in the Americans and people are just making them all up, there are no bones found.  but  Gigantopithecus were real, but never crossed the Atlantic ocean

Thanks docyabut2. 

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the13bats
5 hours ago, docyabut2 said:

Sorry, what I was saying there are no bigfoots in the Americans and people are just making them all up, there are no bones found.  but  Gigantopithecus were real, but never crossed the Atlantic ocean

Since grover krantz isnt with us  Im telling jeff meldrum on you....

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