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Comment: I'm well acquainted with G. blacki

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I'm well acquainted with G. blacki

and the mandibles unearthed in caves in the 1950's, however, these remains were dated as having lived no more recently than 100,000 years ago. Except for some Bigfoot/Sasquatch researchers it is universally thought to be long extinct. The Ketchum DNA study strongly suggests that Bigfoot is not G. blacki. Maybe Yeti DNA would point to Gigantopithicus, who knows?

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