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  1. alanborky
    alanborky October 24, 2013 at 5:52 pm |

    Loren I fear this creature which’s hitherto seemingly eluded all modern era detection until now may end up joining the company of a few other supposedly extinct species and become an out and out Elvis Entity in its own right.

    How ghastly it’d be if those samples proved to be the last of its kind and how symbolic in this age of alleged Global Warming.

    Saying all that to all those who’ve continually questioned the point of Cryptozoology…*Nur-nur-nuh-nur-nur!*

  2. DWA
    DWA October 27, 2013 at 6:42 pm |

    Seriously, let’s can it with the “27 samples solve yeti” stuff.

    We definitely need to find a specimen of that bear. And those looking for it need to take the blinkers all the way off. Please. If you see, firsthand, that yeti ain’t a bear…bring that info back with you, OK?

  3. FBrizzle
    FBrizzle November 1, 2013 at 2:48 am |

    Good post!

    As far as this story goes, I’m not sure if this creature exists or not but I would love to see a full fledged, fully funded documentary happen on it.

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