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Question for people who believe in the "Ape-men" legends from around the world, do you think that they're all the same species?

People have stated that the similarities between ape men legends from cultures that have never had any contact with one another is strong evidence for their existence but they're really not that similar.

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Bigfoot is often described as being an ape man but its' actually more like an ape that walks on two legs; beyond that there's nothing more human like about it than say a gorilla.

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Again, the Yetis' only human like trait is walking on its' hind legs. Beyond that the Yeti doesn't seem like a cross between a human and an ape but more like a cross between a bear and an ape.
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A common explanation for these two is that they are descended from Gigantopithecus. When the Yeti moved into the Himalayas there weren't enough plants to sustain it so it had adapt to a carnivorous diet and so evolved bear like features.
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The Almasty of Russia on the other hand while having some ape features look a lot more like hairy humans. Also while the Bigfoot and Yeti have been described as 2.5-3 meters tall, Almasty are usually around 2 meters; pretty tall but well within human limits. They are also said to be able to use tools and make fire.

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An explanation for the Almasty is that they are a relict of a prehistoric human species such as the Neanderthals or Denisovans

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Yowies on the other hand look do look like a cross between a human and an ape.
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An explanation put fourth is that they are descended from an earlier branch of the human family tree (maybe Homo habilis).

Lastly, while most of these Ape men are large, the Orang Pendek of Indonesia is said to be quite small (~1m).
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The most common explanation is that it is a surviving population of a dwarf human species called Homo floresiensis that live on fat island of Flores until 12,000 years ago
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So while it would be far fetched that one of these prehistoric apes survived, for all of these legends to be true a lot more would have had to exist undetected.
Question for people who believe in the "Ape-men" legends from around the world, do you think that they're all the same species?
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