Individuals listed below collected samples for the Sasquatch Genome Project (SGP), including hair, tissue, blood, mucus, scratched tree bark, saliva and even a toenail. Some of these individuals are affiliated with research groups participating in the study. Without the participation of these groups and individual submitters, SGP’s groundbreaking research would not have been possible. The groups are listed first, linked to pages with more information about them. Below the group list is the list of individual sample submitters. If applicable, group affiliations are noted by each Individual submitter’s name.
The SGP received many more samples than those listed below, and is still receiving samples. However, due to time and expense it was necessary to focus on the 106 samples represented in the study. The SGP also received samples containing suspected old/ancient DNA, which requires different procedures that made them inappropriate for this particular study. They will be included in future research.
The SGP is deeply appreciative of the participation of the following groups, their leaders and members, as well as non-members who submitted samples to the study through these groups. For more information about the following organizations, please click on the links below.
The Sasquatch Genome Project would like to thank the following individuals who submitted DNA samples for the study.
Some samples were credited to small teams of people, so some samples are counted more than once in the list below. All individual sample submitters and teams are noted in the paper titled, ” Novel North American Homins ” appearing in the January 11, 2013 issue of the scientific, peer-reviewed journal, The Journal Of advanced Multi-Disciplinary Exploration of Zoology. The paper includes a chart detailing the submission dates, sample types and descriptions of samples including hair color.
Contact information is listed for those individuals who are open to communications from the news media or public. Some submitters chose not to provide bios, photos or contact information and we ask that these individuals’ privacy be respected.
All samples are hair unless otherwise noted. Specific locations where samples were collected are not provided, to ensure the safety of Sasquatch in those areas.