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12-02-2012, 02:24 AM
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Originally Posted by the8bandarmadillo View Post
My question is; if the male is an ancestor of unknown origin, how far removed is it from homo sapiens to produce a viable offspring?

I mean I don't think Foxes and Dogs can get it on and produce a viable off spring can it? (Or I haven't seen one). But Dogs and Wolves? Sure.
Homo sapiens could interbreed with other human species (eg. Homo neanderthalensis), but nothing that's alive today. Mating with something that closely related to humans wouldn't produce a creature as morphologically distinct as Bigfoot apparently is.

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