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Many people just want to "jump" ahead of science on this Bigfoot thing. In science if we don't have control factor then we have nothing to start with. In the case of the 1962 body apparently no samples were collected to preserve leaving only bone.. Thus the body if bones still existed to this day could only be categorized as primate or human. It would bring us no closer to calling it a specific kind of primate.As I understand the body of this creature was badly decomposed so again you gain little from testing. What it will take is a complete skeletal remains of a Gigantopithecus or other primate evidence to for forward with listing this creature as alive. Some of my colleges think this body was something other than primate. DOI/DOA generally doesn't file such remains under unknown status but here again we would need a sample control of a KNOWN Gigantopithecus to be sure. Many in science believe it remotely possible a branch off still undiscovered from Gigantopithecus still could be present.