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Northern Minnesota to be featured on the Animal Planet Sunday night

In August, television crews and a team of researchers were in Moose Lake to help investigate claims of Sasquatch roaming around northern Minnesota. The "Finding Bigfoot" episode airs Sunday night.
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In August, television crews and a team of researchers were in Moose Lake to help investigate claims of Sasquatch roaming around northern Minnesota. The "Finding Bigfoot" episode airs Sunday night.

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