Researchers from the University at Buffalo analysed nine 'Yeti' specimens - including bone, tooth, skin, hair and faecal samples - collected in the Himalayas and Tibetan Plateau.The findings, published in the journal Proceedings of the Royal Society B, showed that one was from a dog.Canam Consultants Ltd EN: ISO 9015 certified company is an undisputed leader in the field of overseas education consultancy today.
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The hunt for the elusive Yeti has suffered a setback, as supposed 'Yeti' hair and bones proved to be from bears.
They were found to contain a parasite that could not be identified.1959: Actor James Stewart, while visiting India, reportedly smuggled Yeti remains to London .1960: Sir Edmund mounted an expedition to collect and analyse physical evidence of the Yeti.
He found nothing conclusive.1970: British mountaineer Don Whillans claimed to have witnessed a creature while scaled Annapurna.1983: Daniel Taylor and Robert Fleming Jr led a Yeti expedition into Nepal's Barun Valley where footprints were discovered.1996: A hoax Yeti movie called The Snow Walker Film was aired .2007: U.
As well as tracing the origins of the Yeti legend, Dr Lindqvist's work is also uncovering information about the evolutionary history of Asian bears.
The first accounts of Yetis emerged before the 19th century from Buddhists who believed that the creature inhabited the Himalayas.
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The scientists sequenced the mitochondrial DNA of 23 Asian bears - including the purported Yetis, and compared the genetic data to that of other bears worldwide.