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Scientists to track ‘Bigfoot’

The government of the Malaysian state of Johor says it is to organise an attempt to track down a legendary ape man reputed to roam its jungles.

Malays have gone crazy for Big Foot, known in local legend as Hantu Jarang Gigi (ghosts with widely spaced teeth). The country has been gripped since November when three fishery workers claimed to have seen a Big Foot family that left footprints up to 45cm long. Conservationists say that damage to branches suggested that the creatures could have been up to 3m tall. Local aborigines said they had seen a ‘King Kong’ covered in black fur. Now, the chief minister of Johor, Abdul Ghani Othman, says a proper scientific expedition will track Big Foot’s big foot-prints through the jungle.

Read the original article at: BBC News

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