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Are you saying you worked with someone that looked like this or that you match that description? This was in Dallas/Salem Oregon.

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Neanderthal are popular always have been. Hard to say if humans off today resemble something prehistoric. ourideas about times past keeps getting updates about what they looked like what they ate and if we are all from the same happy family. . I didnt believe in hobbits until they found some skeletons so we all have more to learn . ..

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If he had Patty's body hair, I think we would have a match.

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An interesting addition to the attempt to unravel the human species.

 

 

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Rockape...I can't read the entire article as I never agree to a website using my info to sell.  How are those prints so pristine? They look like they were cast in concrete.

 

It's stunning how narrow the instep and heel is compared to sasquatch prints we see today.

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^^^^^ Another example of science choosing which evidence to credit and which to simply discard. Huge footprints made last night with clear evidence of foot morphology is ignored, but footprints claimed to be over 23,000 years old (even though that's eons earlier than any other evidence of human habitation) is enough to get excited about and start stretching the envelope.

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1 hour ago, wiiawiwb said:

How are those prints so pristine? They look like they were cast in concrete.

 

 

 

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According to a paper published today in the journal Science, the footprints were pressed into the mud near an ancient lake at White Sands between 21,000 and 23,000 years ago, a time when many scientists think that massive ice sheets walled off human passage into North America.

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Footprints preserved in the boundless expanses of White Sands have drawn the attention of scientists since the early 1930s, when a government trapper spotted a print measuring a stunning 22 inches long and eight inches wide. He was convinced he'd found evidence for the mythical Bigfoot. 
"In a sense, he was right," says David Bustos, the park’s resource program manager and an author of the new study. "It was a big foot—but it was a big foot of a giant ground sloth and not a human.”.
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Since then, careful study has uncovered thousands of tracks in the national park, providing snapshots of ancient humans and now-extinct animals like giant sloths and mammoths that wandered across the lands near ancient Lake Otero, a 1,600-square-mile body of water that dried up some 10,000 years ago. Each imprint was cast and bound millennia ago in gypsum-rich sand whose pale color gives the park its name. Some are eventually exposed by winds whipping across the dunes but quickly weather away in the elements. Other prints, hidden beneath the sand, are visible only to the trained eye as faint shifts in color at the surface at rare times when the ground is not too wet or dry. 

 

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