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  • The adventure itself also managed to be interesting considering they had to raft to where they were heading and had to cross some pretty dangerous and scary bridges while hunting for the Yeti

    • by Steve
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      When I saw this week’s episode of Destination Truth had Josh Gates hunting for the Yeti, I wasn’t expecting a whole lot. After all, if he would have found something, you know it would have made the news by now. But, it turned out to be a good investigation that left

      a lot open to debate about whether or not the creatures really do exist or if they were on the trail of something completely different. That was a beautiful area they were exploring and you could sense there was something there; even though they never did catch anything definite on camera.

      • And, unlike many other investigations, they did come away with some evidence in the form of hair that is ape-like in origin even though there is no definite answer as to what kind of ape and there are no known apes in that region of the world. The adventure itself also
        managed to be interesting considering they had to raft to where they were heading and had to cross some pretty dangerous and scary bridges while hunting for the Yeti. Overall, I feel this was a good way to end mid-way through the season before taking a break and I’m glad I had a chance to watch this episode.




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    BreAnna says :

    Where do you think this species of the creature may have evolved from to begin with?

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