|Photo of the hand, taken in 1958|
Many years ago, Peter Byrne, one of the first Sasquatch hunters, took a finger from the hand(which was kept in an old monastery in Nepal) and replaced them with human bones. Later, when DNA tests were done, it was concluded that the hand was human. But, in reality, some of it was human, because of the bones Byrne put there. A study was also done on the finger Byrne took, and it was concluded to be human, too.
Bryan Sykes recently did a DNA study on the finger Byrne took, which for a long time was said to be "human." Well, it's not! Sykes found that the human DNA on that finger is actually Peter Byrne's DNA, so whatever it really is is still a mystery!
You can check out more about Sykes' findings on the Pangboche finger on CryptoZooNews.