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Rob Lowe says a hairy encounter in the Ozarks left him fearing for his life after he encountered the mythical 'Bigfoot' - or one of its relatives.Lowe, 53, said he was filming his new A&E documentary series The Lowe Files when an encounter with a so-called 'wood ape' left him 'lying on the ground thinking I was going to be killed.''I'm fully aware that I sound like a crazy Hollywood kook right now,' the Parks & Recreation star admitted to Entertainment Weekly as he recalled the encounter.Other skeletal features are very much like those of later hominins. One paleontological study, published in 2015, revealed the presence of primitive tools in rocks near Lomekwi that dated back some 3.3 million years, raising the possibility that toolmaking originated with , where specimens range from 3.8 to 3.5 mya and include footprints preserved in volcanic ash dating to 3.6–3.5 mya.These footprints are remarkably similar to those of modern humans in key details, including a forward-pointing big toe, relatively short lateral toes, and arched feet.The main fossil sample of this species comes from is a mosaic of primitive features and evolutionary developments shared by later hominins.Its skull is primitive in having a crest and a strongly projecting (prognathic) lower face.The handsome star is accompanied by his sons, who are considerably sharper than such a goofy premise might make them appear: John Owen attended Stanford University, while Matthew went to Duke.
'We spent 45 minutes on the most rugged, brutal mountain trails. 'There are a lot of serious former military men with loaded weapons, then something starts approaching our camps that is defying their orders to stop and their warnings that [they were] armed.'Lowe doesn't say quite how the encounter ended - he's saving that for the episode, which makes up the final, one-hour installment of the series.
Allie Megan Webb, the owner of a body care shop, created 'Bigfoot Juice'. The creator said that her spray had been used in an alleged Bigfoot sighting this past August by Bigfoot 911. Around 11pm on August 4, Bigfoot 911 claimed to have found a 'large bipedal animal covered in hair' in Mc Dowell County, North Carolina, the Charlotte Observer also reported.
The spray, she claims, will attract any Bigfoot within a 1.5-mile radius, reports the Charlotte Observer. John Bruner, of Bigfoot 911, reported that at the time of the apparent sighting that he and six others - including Corey Webb - were in the woods, spreading out glow sticks in hopes of attracting Bigfoot's attention.
Like later hominins, it has teeth with thick molar enamel, but, unlike humans, it has distinctively apelike canine and premolar teeth.
The case for its hominin status rests on the humanlike features of the femur.