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As to bigfoot, i don't believe that bigfoot enigma can be explained by bear or relic giant sloth sightings only. There is evidence of extinct cave bears in north america and even giant short-faced bears.That would be a more plausible explanation than giant humans, don’t you think?this is including the Paiute woman whom came from south America and the Indians that slew the giants at a cave in what is now a dried lake in Nevada.

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"To date we have been able to demonstrate these manipulations at several Neanderthal sites in Europe, which are of course much more recent, including in groups of contemporary humans, but we have not been able to demonstrate the consumption of human meat by Neanderthals (although this has indeed been done in other much more modern populations)," Garralda details.Neanderthals from the French region of Poitou-Charentes cut, beat and fractured the bones of their recently deceased companions, as revealed by the fossil remains of two adults and a child found at the Marillac site.These manipulations have been observed at other Neanderthal sites, but scientists still do not know whether they did this for food or ceremony.Now, a study published in the American Journal of Physical Anthropology has for the first time analysed the fragments of three individuals found between 19 at the French site dating back some 57,600 years.

These are an incomplete diaphysis (middle part of long bones) of a right radius, another of a left fibula and the majority of a right femur. When compared to the remains of other Neanderthals and modern humans, the scientists confirm not only the strength and rounded form of Neanderthal bones, but they also identify on the three bones manipulations made very shortly after the individuals' death.The children that were abducted from the American forests are sometimes found over 10 miles (dead or alive) away in a day and over a couple mountain ranges that a child could not have scaled themselves.

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