Oxford University lam chuan Himalaya tlangram a chengte chanchin sawi chamchi, tlang milian, “Yeti” zawn tak tak hna an thawk dawn ta.
Bryan Syke-a, Oxford University a an researcher chu Lausanne Museum of Zoology a an director, Michel Artori nen an inthurual dawn a ni.
Lehkhabu leh milemchethei lamah kan hriat fo ṭhin tawh a rinawm a, tunah hetia Oxford University meuh thapui thawh a thudik haichhuah a tum tak siah chuan thu awmzel tur ngaihventu an tam ngawt ang le. Ilo nghak phawt mai teh ang u.
Sykes intends to take a systematic, measured approach to the investigation — subjecting samples collected from museums, scientists, cryptozoologists and Heuvelman’s impressive inventory, to “rigorous genetic analysis” and publishing results in peer-reviewed scientific journals — in an effort to distance himself as much as possible from the pseudoscientific stigma so closely associated with cryptozoology.
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