Is there any DNA evidence that suggests Bigfoot exists?
Despite Ask_Cham’s previous answer, there is more than simply plaster casts taken as ‘evidence’ of Bigfoot. There is often hair and droppings found at a suspected Bigfoot site. While many times these turn out to be from just local animals, occasionally you will get an inspection or DNA analysis that cannot identify the found items reasonably. Even between two scientists you may get arguments over whether a hair matches a certain animal. While I most certainly am not arguing for the existence of Bigfoot, to say the only ‘evidence’ found are footprints and anecdotes is overtly biased an uneducated.