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  1. mandors
    mandors October 22, 2013 at 9:56 am |

    Way back in the 90s, PBS’ “Nova” did a show on China’s “Wildman.” There were hair samples DNA tested, and some were reported as know animals but others came back “primate: other.” Don’t know what ever happened to them or the data.

  2. DWA
    DWA October 25, 2013 at 12:08 pm |

    It is kind of odd that with all the “unknown” results that have been disappeared (yes, an active verb there), suddenly Sykes and Ketchum are going to prove something with the same finding.

  3. chadgatlin
    chadgatlin November 13, 2013 at 2:56 pm |

    For everyone’s reference when setting your DVR, the title (at least in my Dish Network guide) is listed as “Bigfoot: The New Evidence”.

  4. YorkshireRichW
    YorkshireRichW November 13, 2013 at 6:22 pm |

    2 hours is probably a good length for the whole series. Individually they did have that annoying habit of telling you what was coming up before and then repeating all the key information post each break.
    Sykes comes across as wanting to debunk the myths but with a focus on hard evidence, whatever that might show up, ancient polar bears and all.
    I think what Mark Evans is looking for is “Bigfoot”, what he finds are human stories whether it is the real ancestry of Zana and her captivity or the impact of the results of DNA assessments on the individuals who believe something different. These tell us more about ourselves than any other wild creature out there.

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