Friday, February 22, 2013

Bigfoot and Almas plus human hybrids
"Zana and Khwit  

DNA extracted from skulls purported to be Zana, and her son, 

Khwit, were profiled on the National Geographic Channel show 
"Is It Real" Russian Bigfoot. (More) The question testing sought 
to answer was whether the supposed "Almas", were really 
Neanderthals who survived into modern times. Mitochondrial 
DNA analyzed from both skulls confirms a shared maternal 
line ancestor of human origins, with no Neanderthal mutations."

But this is ONLY the mitochondrial DNA which runs on the
female side only. Nothing can explain Zana's unusual strength,
though her behavior might be explained as being a feral human,
raised by an animal, but what animal?

If Zana was herself a hybrid and not a fullblood Almas and her
mother was human, then of course the mtDNA will show as
strictly human.

The same article argues no Neanderthal mtDNA in modern man,
so no Neanderthal interbreeding with us, but nuclear DNA has
shown this is not the case, and nuclear DNA testing on Zana 
could show something odd. Apparently this was not done.

The scientist who reviewed the scans of the skulls commented
that Zana's skull has a modern back to it, not Neanderthal, but
if she was a hybrid herself this might be explainable as due to
her human blood.

Zana's story.

sasquatch hybrid boy not unusually large but otherwise
odd, extremely smart and could read other card players
became affluent, married and had children.