An ape expert named Ian Redmond made a discovery and is doing research that could solve a mystery plaguing the cryptzoology minded for many years: is the Yeti real?
Redmond has his hands on some hairs and is keen to prove their provenience.
"The hairs are the most positive evidence yet that a Yeti might possibly exist. It may be that the region this animal is inhabiting is remote enough for it to remain undiscovered so far."
The two hairs - 33mm and 44mm long - were found in a jungle in the mountains of north-east India five years ago. Yes. Five years. Huh.
More important than this is this picture:
Taken by the captain of a U.S. research ship the Nathaniel B. Palmer, while on expedition between Marguerite Bay and Palmer Station, Antarctica, it tells us an interesting tale.
"The picture is of an Antarctic minke whale taken from the bow of a ship," said AAD principal research scientist Dr Nick Gales. "The white bits in the photo are pieces of ice-floe, the stream of pinky colour behind the whale is a faecal plume - a.k.a. "poo" - the large circle in the water is indeed the physical eruption of the whale's flatulence."
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