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Black Hair Found...but Many Reasons To Doubt The Story

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Posted by Mike Pearson on October 31, 2002 01:53:10 UTC

I did a search at the University of Oregon web site at Eugene for "Museum of Paleontology"
and did not find any such museum.
The chamber of commerce site did not show it.
The named professor was not listed on the
website of the Natural History Museum's principle staff.

So apparently they are still too behind in their
"technology" to have a website, but they can
do DNA analysis on hair.
Or else the reporting is a little incomplete.
To state there is a Museum of Paleontology
may be a little misleading. Anything else
in the article that is a little misleading?

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