Two Georgia residents, Matthew Whitton and Rick Dyer, who lead bigfoot-tracking expeditions, claim to have found the body of what appears to be a bigfoot in the woods of northern Georgia. The men claim they have a body, photos and DNA evidence of the 7-feet tall, 500 lb. mammal. On August 15th the men will reveal their findings at a news conference in Palo Alto, where they intend to present DNA evidence that will prove the carcass is that of a bigfoot. Other characteristics of the bigfoot released include physical similarities to humans, its footprint is 16 ¾ inches long and the length from the palm to the tip of the middle finger is 11 ½ inches long. Whitton, a police officer in Clayton County, Georgia and Dyer, a former correctional officer, are not stating where the body was found or where it is now. Tom Biscardi, a veteran Bigfoot tracker, went to Georgia to view the find states DNA tests are being conducted and a team of scientists will study the body, but declined to name any scientists involved.