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"But I know it wasn't him."Eisch was based at the Platte River State Fish Hatchery since 2002, but moved to the DNR's Traverse City Customer Service Center last July.
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One of the nation's leading Bigfoot researchers also finds the eagle cam clip intriguing, but inconclusive.► Related: The Dogman and other Michigan mysteries ► Related: If Bigfoot exists, here's where to find it Jeff Meldrum is a professor of anatomy and anthropology at Idaho State University, and studies the evolution of humans and their ancestors becoming bipeds — walking on two feet.
He also studies Bigfoot, having amassed more than 300 footprint casts and conducting frequent field laboratories in the Pacific Northwest.
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