Man Says He Found Bigfoot DNA, Gets It Sequenced, Ignores Conclusion

Ok - he believes it's one thing, gets told that it's another, and now wants to go "expert shopping." This is not the way science is done guy.

Believing the hair was a sample of Bigfoot, he had its DNA sequenced at a facility in Thunder Bay, Ontario. The results indicated the hair was human. Standing was not swayed one bit and now seeks the aid of another DNA sequencing facility that is willing to conclude it belongs to a primate unknown to man. Despite being told the hair sample is human, he insists that “others” have told him it does not belong to a human nor any type of primate known to exist. Obviously, if the DNA belongs to a primate unknown to man, it would be anecdotal evidence to suggest it possibly belongs to a race of Sasquatch beings.