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Scientists dismiss Coyote Peterson’s ‘large primate skull’ discovery as fake



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A “giant primate cranium” was allegedly present in British Columbia by American YouTuber Coyote Peterson, based on social media (opens in new tab) posts (opens in new tab) he shared on Thursday (July 7). In these posts, Peterson wrote that he had hid the invention “for a number of weeks” from authorities officers and any others who may “attempt to stop [sic] our footage” of the excavation. Nevertheless, consultants instructed Dwell Science that Peterson’s declare is extremely suspect and that secretly extracting and transporting animal stays throughout nationwide borders could also be unlawful.  

“I am certain these pics might be taken down… as will most likely the video by authorities or state park officers… however the cranium is protected,” the posts learn. “I do not know if its what you all suppose it is perhaps… however I can’t clarify discovering a primate cranium within the Pac Northwest with out questioning! What do you consider?” (There are not any giant primates that at the moment dwell in North America — aside from people — and although tales of elusive forest-dwelling hominids akin to Bigfoot have continued for hundreds of years, there isn’t a proof to recommend such creatures exist.)