Monday, November 26, 2012

Is Bigfoot A Hybrid?



Is Bigfoot A Hybrid?
This Isn’t Looking Good!
By TCC Team Member Dorraine Fisher

A Mule is the offspring of a Male Donkey and a Female Horse
             Okay, we’re all trying to process in our minds everything that’s going on with Dr. Ketchum’s DNA project and sort it all out, but so many rumors are swirling that it’s hard to make sense of it.

            Last week, Dr. Igor Burtsev from the International Center of Hominology in Moscow, Russia released a statement attempting to confirm the existence of the creature known as Bigfoot/ Sasquatch. The doctor went on to explain that the creature is a hybrid product of a union between a male “unknown primate” and a female human “of unknown species.” And this hybridization is known to have taken place no more than 15,000 years ago.

            And not long after that, Dr. Melba Ketchum  released her statement basically approving Dr. Burtsev’s statement and findings.

            Then when Dr. Burtsev was asked why he came forward with the information, he made the statement that he did it because American science publications refused to publish Dr. Ketchum’s paper. He went on to say that we deserve to know the creatures really do exist and to know what exactly they are.

            We were all poised to be happy about one aspect of these findings, and that is in having it confirmed that the creature actually exists and we can stop wondering. But the nature of the DNA findings was curious at best. A hybridization between two species? It sounds interesting in theory, but the problem is that it’s not possible.

            That is,at least according to zoologists. It seems there is no way such a hybridization could occur between these two species and produce the fertile offspring needed to continue the line to our modern day sasquatch as we know him. Such a union, like crosses between horses and donkeys to produce mules, would produce sterile offspring that would have no hope of reproducing at all. In order to produce a strong, fertile genetic line, and to produce a type of human offspring, the two species’ involved would have to be basically the same species: human.

            So why would these the heads of these high profile projects release such information knowing the story has a big, gaping hole in it?

            And why do magazines in the US refuse to publish Dr. Ketchum’s findings? Is it because they know this story doesn’t hold water, or is there something deeper at work here?

            Only time will tell. And we’re still waiting for Dr. Ketchum’s DNA results to come through.
 But zoologists may weigh in to this debate before it’s all over. It will be interesting to hear what they have to say. ********DF

A Closer look at Mules -
A mule is the offspring of a male donkey and a female horse. Horses and donkeys are different species, with different numbers of chromosomes. Of the two F1 hybrids between these two species, a mule is easier to obtain than a hinny (the offspring of a male horse and a female donkey). There is no known instance of a male mule siring offspring.
Mules and hinnies have 63 chromosomes, a mixture of the horse's 64 and the donkey's 62. The different structure and number usually prevents the chromosomes from pairing up properly and creating successful embryos, rendering most mules infertile.
There are no recorded cases of fertile mule stallions. A few female mules have produced offspring when mated with a purebred horse or donkey. - Source: Wikipedia 



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5 comments:

  1. Your information is hopelessly wrong.

    Google 'red wolf' and you'll find that just such 'hybrid' species do in fact exist.

    http://www.canids.org/PUBLICAT/CNDNEWS3/2conserv.htm

    And man has accomplished this with livestock. Lookup 'Beefalo'. A cross between American Bison and Cattle.

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  2. yes but in most cases they can't produce offspring.

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  3. Robert "Wolfman" BratcherNovember 26, 2012 at 10:28 PM

    The correct term is a cross breed. Wolves and coyotes cross to get red wolves, dogs are just cross and inbred wolves. Wolf and dog crosses are also common. Humans cross breed all the time, I'm a half/cross breed myself, Shawnee and white. Cross breeds are from similar species or sub-species that have equal number pair of chromosomes but are genetically different. So if a prehistoric human say cro-magnon woman was raped by another hairy homid... a squatch could be the result after years of selective and out breeding until the species breeds true again. Hey my biology and medical degrees are worth something:)

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  4. Big footh is hybrid or not can not say certainly but it is sure that very difficult to recognized this kind of the things really.

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  5. The majority of modern humans particularly Americans are so programmed into not believing anything out of the established ordinary because of the media and how it portrays anything monsters. Monsters are generally Hollywoods creation. If it seems monster like, it's just some fiction created out of Hollywood's special effects studios. For that reason, we are not inclined to believe anything that isn't already known and established to man. Especially an upright bi-pedal humanoid type creature. Those with average intelligence are immediately programmed to assume that something like Bigfoot is fiction for entertainment purposes only. Just think, has anyone seen and designated a animal that literally walks upright like us? There is a chimpanzee species called "Bonobos" chimpanzee which walks upright 80% of the time, however you rarely if ever see that on primetime TV, for that very reason.

    Those who have actually witnessed bigfoot and those who are inquisitive and open minded are capable of using deductive reasoning in considering the preponderance of evidence and can conclude that Sasquatch very likely exist. One thing is for sure if our "powers that be" actually have an actual sample of a Sasquatch, I am sure it won't be acknowledge to the general population. Can you imagine the social and religious ramifications of an animal so close to us physically that it actually puts one foot in front of the other just like us, but does it better. Could we handle the truth? Are arrogance will not allow us.

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