Newspaper article The Canadian Press

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Newspaper article The Canadian Press

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NAT057 - (US-ODDITY-Bigfoot-Sighting) (NOTE LENGTH) (NOT FOR ONLINE USE) ELLENDALE, N.D. x-01s. A Bigfoot hunter in North Dakota is not backing down from his claim that he found legitimate Bigfoot tracks, despite claims to the contrary. Somebody sent an anonymous letter to A-B-C Fargo affiliate W-D-A-Y claiming the tracks discovered by Christopher Bauer in Ellendale were actually the result of a drunken practical joke on a friend. But Bauer says the letter is a hoax. He claims he followed the tracks for kilometres longer than the letter states, and that the prints have more than a one-metre stride, which is way too big to be made by a human. ("..real, real aninmal.") (SOURCE:ABC) -- TAG: Wildlife experts doubt a large ape could survive winter on the Dakota Plains. --

NAT058 - (US-ODDITY-Bigfoot-Sighting) (NOTE LENGTH) (NOT FOR ONLINE USE) ELLENDALE, N.D. x-04s. Christopher Bauer says he found legitimate Bigfoot tracks in Ellendale, North Dakota, but the author of an anonymous letter sent to ABC Fargo affiliate W-D-A-Y claims the tracks were created as a practical joke on a friend. Bauer says the letter is a hoax. Nicole Lee works at the Red River Zoo in Fargo, and is an expert of large mammals. Lee says the Dakota plains are too barren to support a large ape. ("..to be scarce.") (SOURCE:ABC) -- TAG: The Bifgoot hunter says he followed the tracks for kilometres, and that the prints have a more than one-metre stride which is way too big to be made by a human. --

NAT059 - (US-ODDITY-Bigfoot-Sighting) (NOTE LENGTH) (NOT FOR ONLINE USE) ELLENDALE, N.D. x-03s. Christopher Bauer says he found legitimate Bigfoot tracks in Ellendale, North Dakota -- but the author of an anonymous letter sent to ABC Fargo affiliate W-D-A-Y claims the tracks were created as a practical joke on a friend. Bauer says the letter is a hoax. The Bigfoot hunter says he followed the tracks for kilometres longer than the letter states, and that the prints have a more than one-metre stride which is way too big to be made by a human. Wildlife experts doubt a large ape could survive winter on the Dakota Plains, but Bauer says Bigfoot's thick fur makes for the perfect parka. …

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