As we might have expected, there is a vast amount of unrelated biological material out there that is unconnected to Bigfoot. At least we now have a system in place that processes the data.
As noted before, the yeti sample turns out to be a polar bear derivative which also fits the locale and circumstance and represent a real discovery. It always was seriously different from the bigfoot and the Asian Wild man for that matter and now we know why.
Other DNA work has opened the prospect of the Bigfoot been a human Wild man hybrid as well.
Both of these come under unexpected results that add credence and research direction. They also make good biological sense as well. They represent reasonable adaptations and adjustments.
Was It a Yeti? Bigfoot? Hair DNA Reveals Monsters' True Identity
http://www.nbcnews.com/science/weird-science/was-it-yeti-bigfoot-hair-dna-reveals-monsters-true-identity-n144986DNA readings from dozens of hair samples linked to sightings of Bigfoot, Yeti and other legendary monsters show that the hairs came instead from run-of-the-mill animals such as bears and cows — but the researcher behind the project says Bigfoot hunters needn't give up hope just yet.
"I don't think this finishes the Bigfoot myth at all," Oxford geneticist Bryan Sykes told NBC News. "What it does do is show that there is a way for Bigfoot enthusiasts to go back out into the forest and get the real thing."