When Melba Ketchum from DNA Diagnostics announced back in November that she and her colleagues had sequenced mitochondrial and nuclear genomes from samples purported to come from the creature known as Sasquatch or Bigfoot, the Daily Scan remarked that it was looking forward to seeing the paper Ketchum said was in review. That paper, Ketchum now says, is out.

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