Tuesday, August 9, 2016

These Bigfoot Are Going To Get Cavities


If at first you don't succeed, try, try again. Robert Dodson continues his bigfoot quest, and he walks us through what is happening in his baiting area. Things seem to vanish daily.


74 comments:

  1. Doing this is BS. Leaving out junk food for an endangered species is against the law.

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    1. Leaving junk food for a non existent creature is ok though. So cheer up Charlie. No damage done here.

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    2. The raccoons could get fat.

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    3. Leaving litter anywhere is a disgrace.

      Offering sweet muck to the hairy guy is beyond redemption.

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  2. Bigfoot
    From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
    "Sasquatch" redirects here. For other uses, see Sasquatch (disambiguation) and Bigfoot (disambiguation).
    Bigfoot
    Patterson–Gimlin film frame 352.jpg
    Frame 352 from 1967 Patterson–Gimlin film; some claim it shows a Bigfoot, and others a man in a gorilla suit.[1]
    Similar creatures Skunk Ape, Yeren, Yowie, Mande Barung, Orang Pendek, Yeti, Barmanou
    Other name(s) Sasquatch
    Country United States, Canada
    Region Pacific Northwest
    Habitat Mountains, forest

    Bigfoot (also known as Sasquatch) is the name given to a mythological simian,[2] ape, or hominid-like creature that is said to inhabit forests, mainly in the Pacific Northwest. In North American folklore, Bigfoot is usually described as a large, hairy, bipedal humanoid. The term sasquatch is an Anglicized derivative of the Halkomelem word sásq'ets.[3][4][5]

    Scientists discount the existence of Bigfoot and consider it to be a combination of folklore, misidentification, and hoax,[6] rather than a living animal, because of the lack of physical evidence and the large numbers of creatures that would be necessary to maintain a breeding population.[7][8] Occasional new reports of sightings sustain a small group of self-described investigators.[9] Most reports of sightings are attributed to being various animals, particularly black bears.

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  3. Bigfoot
    From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
    "Sasquatch" redirects here. For other uses, see Sasquatch (disambiguation) and Bigfoot (disambiguation).
    Bigfoot
    Patterson–Gimlin film frame 352.jpg
    Frame 352 from 1967 Patterson–Gimlin film; some claim it shows a Bigfoot, and others a man in a gorilla suit.[1]
    Similar creatures Skunk Ape, Yeren, Yowie, Mande Barung, Orang Pendek, Yeti, Barmanou
    Other name(s) Sasquatch
    Country United States, Canada
    Region Pacific Northwest
    Habitat Mountains, forest

    Bigfoot (also known as Sasquatch) is the name given to a mythological simian,[2] ape, or hominid-like creature that is said to inhabit forests, mainly in the Pacific Northwest. In North American folklore, Bigfoot is usually described as a large, hairy, bipedal humanoid. The term sasquatch is an Anglicized derivative of the Halkomelem word sásq'ets.[3][4][5]

    Scientists discount the existence of Bigfoot and consider it to be a combination of folklore, misidentification, and hoax,[6] rather than a living animal, because of the lack of physical evidence and the large numbers of creatures that would be necessary to maintain a breeding population.[7][8] Occasional new reports of sightings sustain a small group of self-described investigators.[9] Most reports of sightings are attributed to being various animals, particularly black bears.

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  4. Bigfoot
    From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
    "Sasquatch" redirects here. For other uses, see Sasquatch (disambiguation) and Bigfoot (disambiguation).
    Bigfoot
    Patterson–Gimlin film frame 352.jpg
    Frame 352 from 1967 Patterson–Gimlin film; some claim it shows a Bigfoot, and others a man in a gorilla suit.[1]
    Similar creatures Skunk Ape, Yeren, Yowie, Mande Barung, Orang Pendek, Yeti, Barmanou
    Other name(s) Sasquatch
    Country United States, Canada
    Region Pacific Northwest
    Habitat Mountains, forest

    Bigfoot (also known as Sasquatch) is the name given to a mythological simian,[2] ape, or hominid-like creature that is said to inhabit forests, mainly in the Pacific Northwest. In North American folklore, Bigfoot is usually described as a large, hairy, bipedal humanoid. The term sasquatch is an Anglicized derivative of the Halkomelem word sásq'ets.[3][4][5]

    Scientists discount the existence of Bigfoot and consider it to be a combination of folklore, misidentification, and hoax,[6] rather than a living animal, because of the lack of physical evidence and the large numbers of creatures that would be necessary to maintain a breeding population.[7][8] Occasional new reports of sightings sustain a small group of self-described investigators.[9] Most reports of sightings are attributed to being various animals, particularly black bears.

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    1. Scientists haven`t found the key to the portal door yet - but give `em time.

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  5. Bigfoot
    From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
    "Sasquatch" redirects here. For other uses, see Sasquatch (disambiguation) and Bigfoot (disambiguation).
    Bigfoot
    Patterson–Gimlin film frame 352.jpg
    Frame 352 from 1967 Patterson–Gimlin film; some claim it shows a Bigfoot, and others a man in a gorilla suit.[1]
    Similar creatures Skunk Ape, Yeren, Yowie, Mande Barung, Orang Pendek, Yeti, Barmanou
    Other name(s) Sasquatch
    Country United States, Canada
    Region Pacific Northwest
    Habitat Mountains, forest

    Bigfoot (also known as Sasquatch) is the name given to a mythological simian,[2] ape, or hominid-like creature that is said to inhabit forests, mainly in the Pacific Northwest. In North American folklore, Bigfoot is usually described as a large, hairy, bipedal humanoid. The term sasquatch is an Anglicized derivative of the Halkomelem word sásq'ets.[3][4][5]

    Scientists discount the existence of Bigfoot and consider it to be a combination of folklore, misidentification, and hoax,[6] rather than a living animal, because of the lack of physical evidence and the large numbers of creatures that would be necessary to maintain a breeding population.[7][8] Occasional new reports of sightings sustain a small group of self-described investigators.[9] Most reports of sightings are attributed to being various animals, particularly black bears.

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  6. Bigfoot
    From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
    "Sasquatch" redirects here. For other uses, see Sasquatch (disambiguation) and Bigfoot (disambiguation).
    Bigfoot
    Patterson–Gimlin film frame 352.jpg
    Frame 352 from 1967 Patterson–Gimlin film; some claim it shows a Bigfoot, and others a man in a gorilla suit.[1]
    Similar creatures Skunk Ape, Yeren, Yowie, Mande Barung, Orang Pendek, Yeti, Barmanou
    Other name(s) Sasquatch
    Country United States, Canada
    Region Pacific Northwest
    Habitat Mountains, forest

    Bigfoot (also known as Sasquatch) is the name given to a mythological simian,[2] ape, or hominid-like creature that is said to inhabit forests, mainly in the Pacific Northwest. In North American folklore, Bigfoot is usually described as a large, hairy, bipedal humanoid. The term sasquatch is an Anglicized derivative of the Halkomelem word sásq'ets.[3][4][5]

    Scientists discount the existence of Bigfoot and consider it to be a combination of folklore, misidentification, and hoax,[6] rather than a living animal, because of the lack of physical evidence and the large numbers of creatures that would be necessary to maintain a breeding population.[7][8] Occasional new reports of sightings sustain a small group of self-described investigators.[9] Most reports of sightings are attributed to being various animals, particularly black bears.

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  7. Bigfoot
    From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
    "Sasquatch" redirects here. For other uses, see Sasquatch (disambiguation) and Bigfoot (disambiguation).
    Bigfoot
    Patterson–Gimlin film frame 352.jpg
    Frame 352 from 1967 Patterson–Gimlin film; some claim it shows a Bigfoot, and others a man in a gorilla suit.[1]
    Similar creatures Skunk Ape, Yeren, Yowie, Mande Barung, Orang Pendek, Yeti, Barmanou
    Other name(s) Sasquatch
    Country United States, Canada
    Region Pacific Northwest
    Habitat Mountains, forest

    Bigfoot (also known as Sasquatch) is the name given to a mythological simian,[2] ape, or hominid-like creature that is said to inhabit forests, mainly in the Pacific Northwest. In North American folklore, Bigfoot is usually described as a large, hairy, bipedal humanoid. The term sasquatch is an Anglicized derivative of the Halkomelem word sásq'ets.[3][4][5]

    Scientists discount the existence of Bigfoot and consider it to be a combination of folklore, misidentification, and hoax,[6] rather than a living animal, because of the lack of physical evidence and the large numbers of creatures that would be necessary to maintain a breeding population.[7][8] Occasional new reports of sightings sustain a small group of self-described investigators.[9] Most reports of sightings are attributed to being various animals, particularly black bears.

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  8. Bigfoot
    From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
    "Sasquatch" redirects here. For other uses, see Sasquatch (disambiguation) and Bigfoot (disambiguation).
    Bigfoot
    Patterson–Gimlin film frame 352.jpg
    Frame 352 from 1967 Patterson–Gimlin film; some claim it shows a Bigfoot, and others a man in a gorilla suit.[1]
    Similar creatures Skunk Ape, Yeren, Yowie, Mande Barung, Orang Pendek, Yeti, Barmanou
    Other name(s) Sasquatch
    Country United States, Canada
    Region Pacific Northwest
    Habitat Mountains, forest

    Bigfoot (also known as Sasquatch) is the name given to a mythological simian,[2] ape, or hominid-like creature that is said to inhabit forests, mainly in the Pacific Northwest. In North American folklore, Bigfoot is usually described as a large, hairy, bipedal humanoid. The term sasquatch is an Anglicized derivative of the Halkomelem word sásq'ets.[3][4][5]

    Scientists discount the existence of Bigfoot and consider it to be a combination of folklore, misidentification, and hoax,[6] rather than a living animal, because of the lack of physical evidence and the large numbers of creatures that would be necessary to maintain a breeding population.[7][8] Occasional new reports of sightings sustain a small group of self-described investigators.[9] Most reports of sightings are attributed to being various animals, particularly black bears.

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  9. Bigfoot
    From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
    "Sasquatch" redirects here. For other uses, see Sasquatch (disambiguation) and Bigfoot (disambiguation).
    Bigfoot
    Patterson–Gimlin film frame 352.jpg
    Frame 352 from 1967 Patterson–Gimlin film; some claim it shows a Bigfoot, and others a man in a gorilla suit.[1]
    Similar creatures Skunk Ape, Yeren, Yowie, Mande Barung, Orang Pendek, Yeti, Barmanou
    Other name(s) Sasquatch
    Country United States, Canada
    Region Pacific Northwest
    Habitat Mountains, forest

    Bigfoot (also known as Sasquatch) is the name given to a mythological simian,[2] ape, or hominid-like creature that is said to inhabit forests, mainly in the Pacific Northwest. In North American folklore, Bigfoot is usually described as a large, hairy, bipedal humanoid. The term sasquatch is an Anglicized derivative of the Halkomelem word sásq'ets.[3][4][5]

    Scientists discount the existence of Bigfoot and consider it to be a combination of folklore, misidentification, and hoax,[6] rather than a living animal, because of the lack of physical evidence and the large numbers of creatures that would be necessary to maintain a breeding population.[7][8] Occasional new reports of sightings sustain a small group of self-described investigators.[9] Most reports of sightings are attributed to being various animals, particularly black bears.

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  10. Bigfoot
    From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
    "Sasquatch" redirects here. For other uses, see Sasquatch (disambiguation) and Bigfoot (disambiguation).
    Bigfoot
    Patterson–Gimlin film frame 352.jpg
    Frame 352 from 1967 Patterson–Gimlin film; some claim it shows a Bigfoot, and others a man in a gorilla suit.[1]
    Similar creatures Skunk Ape, Yeren, Yowie, Mande Barung, Orang Pendek, Yeti, Barmanou
    Other name(s) Sasquatch
    Country United States, Canada
    Region Pacific Northwest
    Habitat Mountains, forest

    Bigfoot (also known as Sasquatch) is the name given to a mythological simian,[2] ape, or hominid-like creature that is said to inhabit forests, mainly in the Pacific Northwest. In North American folklore, Bigfoot is usually described as a large, hairy, bipedal humanoid. The term sasquatch is an Anglicized derivative of the Halkomelem word sásq'ets.[3][4][5]

    Scientists discount the existence of Bigfoot and consider it to be a combination of folklore, misidentification, and hoax,[6] rather than a living animal, because of the lack of physical evidence and the large numbers of creatures that would be necessary to maintain a breeding population.[7][8] Occasional new reports of sightings sustain a small group of self-described investigators.[9] Most reports of sightings are attributed to being various animals, particularly black bears.

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  11. Bigfoot
    From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
    "Sasquatch" redirects here. For other uses, see Sasquatch (disambiguation) and Bigfoot (disambiguation).
    Bigfoot
    Patterson–Gimlin film frame 352.jpg
    Frame 352 from 1967 Patterson–Gimlin film; some claim it shows a Bigfoot, and others a man in a gorilla suit.[1]
    Similar creatures Skunk Ape, Yeren, Yowie, Mande Barung, Orang Pendek, Yeti, Barmanou
    Other name(s) Sasquatch
    Country United States, Canada
    Region Pacific Northwest
    Habitat Mountains, forest

    Bigfoot (also known as Sasquatch) is the name given to a mythological simian,[2] ape, or hominid-like creature that is said to inhabit forests, mainly in the Pacific Northwest. In North American folklore, Bigfoot is usually described as a large, hairy, bipedal humanoid. The term sasquatch is an Anglicized derivative of the Halkomelem word sásq'ets.[3][4][5]

    Scientists discount the existence of Bigfoot and consider it to be a combination of folklore, misidentification, and hoax,[6] rather than a living animal, because of the lack of physical evidence and the large numbers of creatures that would be necessary to maintain a breeding population.[7][8] Occasional new reports of sightings sustain a small group of self-described investigators.[9] Most reports of sightings are attributed to being various animals, particularly black bears.

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  12. Bigfoot
    From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
    "Sasquatch" redirects here. For other uses, see Sasquatch (disambiguation) and Bigfoot (disambiguation).
    Bigfoot
    Patterson–Gimlin film frame 352.jpg
    Frame 352 from 1967 Patterson–Gimlin film; some claim it shows a Bigfoot, and others a man in a gorilla suit.[1]
    Similar creatures Skunk Ape, Yeren, Yowie, Mande Barung, Orang Pendek, Yeti, Barmanou
    Other name(s) Sasquatch
    Country United States, Canada
    Region Pacific Northwest
    Habitat Mountains, forest

    Bigfoot (also known as Sasquatch) is the name given to a mythological simian,[2] ape, or hominid-like creature that is said to inhabit forests, mainly in the Pacific Northwest. In North American folklore, Bigfoot is usually described as a large, hairy, bipedal humanoid. The term sasquatch is an Anglicized derivative of the Halkomelem word sásq'ets.[3][4][5]

    Scientists discount the existence of Bigfoot and consider it to be a combination of folklore, misidentification, and hoax,[6] rather than a living animal, because of the lack of physical evidence and the large numbers of creatures that would be necessary to maintain a breeding population.[7][8] Occasional new reports of sightings sustain a small group of self-described investigators.[9] Most reports of sightings are attributed to being various animals, particularly black bears.

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  13. Bigfoot
    From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
    "Sasquatch" redirects here. For other uses, see Sasquatch (disambiguation) and Bigfoot (disambiguation).
    Bigfoot
    Patterson–Gimlin film frame 352.jpg
    Frame 352 from 1967 Patterson–Gimlin film; some claim it shows a Bigfoot, and others a man in a gorilla suit.[1]
    Similar creatures Skunk Ape, Yeren, Yowie, Mande Barung, Orang Pendek, Yeti, Barmanou
    Other name(s) Sasquatch
    Country United States, Canada
    Region Pacific Northwest
    Habitat Mountains, forest

    Bigfoot (also known as Sasquatch) is the name given to a mythological simian,[2] ape, or hominid-like creature that is said to inhabit forests, mainly in the Pacific Northwest. In North American folklore, Bigfoot is usually described as a large, hairy, bipedal humanoid. The term sasquatch is an Anglicized derivative of the Halkomelem word sásq'ets.[3][4][5]

    Scientists discount the existence of Bigfoot and consider it to be a combination of folklore, misidentification, and hoax,[6] rather than a living animal, because of the lack of physical evidence and the large numbers of creatures that would be necessary to maintain a breeding population.[7][8] Occasional new reports of sightings sustain a small group of self-described investigators.[9] Most reports of sightings are attributed to being various animals, particularly black bears.

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  14. Bigfoot
    From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
    "Sasquatch" redirects here. For other uses, see Sasquatch (disambiguation) and Bigfoot (disambiguation).
    Bigfoot
    Patterson–Gimlin film frame 352.jpg
    Frame 352 from 1967 Patterson–Gimlin film; some claim it shows a Bigfoot, and others a man in a gorilla suit.[1]
    Similar creatures Skunk Ape, Yeren, Yowie, Mande Barung, Orang Pendek, Yeti, Barmanou
    Other name(s) Sasquatch
    Country United States, Canada
    Region Pacific Northwest
    Habitat Mountains, forest

    Bigfoot (also known as Sasquatch) is the name given to a mythological simian,[2] ape, or hominid-like creature that is said to inhabit forests, mainly in the Pacific Northwest. In North American folklore, Bigfoot is usually described as a large, hairy, bipedal humanoid. The term sasquatch is an Anglicized derivative of the Halkomelem word sásq'ets.[3][4][5]

    Scientists discount the existence of Bigfoot and consider it to be a combination of folklore, misidentification, and hoax,[6] rather than a living animal, because of the lack of physical evidence and the large numbers of creatures that would be necessary to maintain a breeding population.[7][8] Occasional new reports of sightings sustain a small group of self-described investigators.[9] Most reports of sightings are attributed to being various animals, particularly black bears.

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  15. Bigfoot
    From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
    "Sasquatch" redirects here. For other uses, see Sasquatch (disambiguation) and Bigfoot (disambiguation).
    Bigfoot
    Patterson–Gimlin film frame 352.jpg
    Frame 352 from 1967 Patterson–Gimlin film; some claim it shows a Bigfoot, and others a man in a gorilla suit.[1]
    Similar creatures Skunk Ape, Yeren, Yowie, Mande Barung, Orang Pendek, Yeti, Barmanou
    Other name(s) Sasquatch
    Country United States, Canada
    Region Pacific Northwest
    Habitat Mountains, forest

    Bigfoot (also known as Sasquatch) is the name given to a mythological simian,[2] ape, or hominid-like creature that is said to inhabit forests, mainly in the Pacific Northwest. In North American folklore, Bigfoot is usually described as a large, hairy, bipedal humanoid. The term sasquatch is an Anglicized derivative of the Halkomelem word sásq'ets.[3][4][5]

    Scientists discount the existence of Bigfoot and consider it to be a combination of folklore, misidentification, and hoax,[6] rather than a living animal, because of the lack of physical evidence and the large numbers of creatures that would be necessary to maintain a breeding population.[7][8] Occasional new reports of sightings sustain a small group of self-described investigators.[9] Most reports of sightings are attributed to being various animals, particularly black bears.

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  16. Bigfoot
    From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
    "Sasquatch" redirects here. For other uses, see Sasquatch (disambiguation) and Bigfoot (disambiguation).
    Bigfoot
    Patterson–Gimlin film frame 352.jpg
    Frame 352 from 1967 Patterson–Gimlin film; some claim it shows a Bigfoot, and others a man in a gorilla suit.[1]
    Similar creatures Skunk Ape, Yeren, Yowie, Mande Barung, Orang Pendek, Yeti, Barmanou
    Other name(s) Sasquatch
    Country United States, Canada
    Region Pacific Northwest
    Habitat Mountains, forest

    Bigfoot (also known as Sasquatch) is the name given to a mythological simian,[2] ape, or hominid-like creature that is said to inhabit forests, mainly in the Pacific Northwest. In North American folklore, Bigfoot is usually described as a large, hairy, bipedal humanoid. The term sasquatch is an Anglicized derivative of the Halkomelem word sásq'ets.[3][4][5]

    Scientists discount the existence of Bigfoot and consider it to be a combination of folklore, misidentification, and hoax,[6] rather than a living animal, because of the lack of physical evidence and the large numbers of creatures that would be necessary to maintain a breeding population.[7][8] Occasional new reports of sightings sustain a small group of self-described investigators.[9] Most reports of sightings are attributed to being various animals, particularly black bears.

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  17. Bigfoot
    From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
    "Sasquatch" redirects here. For other uses, see Sasquatch (disambiguation) and Bigfoot (disambiguation).
    Bigfoot
    Patterson–Gimlin film frame 352.jpg
    Frame 352 from 1967 Patterson–Gimlin film; some claim it shows a Bigfoot, and others a man in a gorilla suit.[1]
    Similar creatures Skunk Ape, Yeren, Yowie, Mande Barung, Orang Pendek, Yeti, Barmanou
    Other name(s) Sasquatch
    Country United States, Canada
    Region Pacific Northwest
    Habitat Mountains, forest

    Bigfoot (also known as Sasquatch) is the name given to a mythological simian,[2] ape, or hominid-like creature that is said to inhabit forests, mainly in the Pacific Northwest. In North American folklore, Bigfoot is usually described as a large, hairy, bipedal humanoid. The term sasquatch is an Anglicized derivative of the Halkomelem word sásq'ets.[3][4][5]

    Scientists discount the existence of Bigfoot and consider it to be a combination of folklore, misidentification, and hoax,[6] rather than a living animal, because of the lack of physical evidence and the large numbers of creatures that would be necessary to maintain a breeding population.[7][8] Occasional new reports of sightings sustain a small group of self-described investigators.[9] Most reports of sightings are attributed to being various animals, particularly black bears.

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  18. Bigfoot
    From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
    "Sasquatch" redirects here. For other uses, see Sasquatch (disambiguation) and Bigfoot (disambiguation).
    Bigfoot
    Patterson–Gimlin film frame 352.jpg
    Frame 352 from 1967 Patterson–Gimlin film; some claim it shows a Bigfoot, and others a man in a gorilla suit.[1]
    Similar creatures Skunk Ape, Yeren, Yowie, Mande Barung, Orang Pendek, Yeti, Barmanou
    Other name(s) Sasquatch
    Country United States, Canada
    Region Pacific Northwest
    Habitat Mountains, forest

    Bigfoot (also known as Sasquatch) is the name given to a mythological simian,[2] ape, or hominid-like creature that is said to inhabit forests, mainly in the Pacific Northwest. In North American folklore, Bigfoot is usually described as a large, hairy, bipedal humanoid. The term sasquatch is an Anglicized derivative of the Halkomelem word sásq'ets.[3][4][5]

    Scientists discount the existence of Bigfoot and consider it to be a combination of folklore, misidentification, and hoax,[6] rather than a living animal, because of the lack of physical evidence and the large numbers of creatures that would be necessary to maintain a breeding population.[7][8] Occasional new reports of sightings sustain a small group of self-described investigators.[9] Most reports of sightings are attributed to being various animals, particularly black bears.

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  19. Bigfoot
    From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
    "Sasquatch" redirects here. For other uses, see Sasquatch (disambiguation) and Bigfoot (disambiguation).
    Bigfoot
    Patterson–Gimlin film frame 352.jpg
    Frame 352 from 1967 Patterson–Gimlin film; some claim it shows a Bigfoot, and others a man in a gorilla suit.[1]
    Similar creatures Skunk Ape, Yeren, Yowie, Mande Barung, Orang Pendek, Yeti, Barmanou
    Other name(s) Sasquatch
    Country United States, Canada
    Region Pacific Northwest
    Habitat Mountains, forest

    Bigfoot (also known as Sasquatch) is the name given to a mythological simian,[2] ape, or hominid-like creature that is said to inhabit forests, mainly in the Pacific Northwest. In North American folklore, Bigfoot is usually described as a large, hairy, bipedal humanoid. The term sasquatch is an Anglicized derivative of the Halkomelem word sásq'ets.[3][4][5]

    Scientists discount the existence of Bigfoot and consider it to be a combination of folklore, misidentification, and hoax,[6] rather than a living animal, because of the lack of physical evidence and the large numbers of creatures that would be necessary to maintain a breeding population.[7][8] Occasional new reports of sightings sustain a small group of self-described investigators.[9] Most reports of sightings are attributed to being various animals, particularly black bears.

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  20. Bigfoot
    From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
    "Sasquatch" redirects here. For other uses, see Sasquatch (disambiguation) and Bigfoot (disambiguation).
    Bigfoot
    Patterson–Gimlin film frame 352.jpg
    Frame 352 from 1967 Patterson–Gimlin film; some claim it shows a Bigfoot, and others a man in a gorilla suit.[1]
    Similar creatures Skunk Ape, Yeren, Yowie, Mande Barung, Orang Pendek, Yeti, Barmanou
    Other name(s) Sasquatch
    Country United States, Canada
    Region Pacific Northwest
    Habitat Mountains, forest

    Bigfoot (also known as Sasquatch) is the name given to a mythological simian,[2] ape, or hominid-like creature that is said to inhabit forests, mainly in the Pacific Northwest. In North American folklore, Bigfoot is usually described as a large, hairy, bipedal humanoid. The term sasquatch is an Anglicized derivative of the Halkomelem word sásq'ets.[3][4][5]

    Scientists discount the existence of Bigfoot and consider it to be a combination of folklore, misidentification, and hoax,[6] rather than a living animal, because of the lack of physical evidence and the large numbers of creatures that would be necessary to maintain a breeding population.[7][8] Occasional new reports of sightings sustain a small group of self-described investigators.[9] Most reports of sightings are attributed to being various animals, particularly black bears.

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  21. Bigfoot
    From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
    "Sasquatch" redirects here. For other uses, see Sasquatch (disambiguation) and Bigfoot (disambiguation).
    Bigfoot
    Patterson–Gimlin film frame 352.jpg
    Frame 352 from 1967 Patterson–Gimlin film; some claim it shows a Bigfoot, and others a man in a gorilla suit.[1]
    Similar creatures Skunk Ape, Yeren, Yowie, Mande Barung, Orang Pendek, Yeti, Barmanou
    Other name(s) Sasquatch
    Country United States, Canada
    Region Pacific Northwest
    Habitat Mountains, forest

    Bigfoot (also known as Sasquatch) is the name given to a mythological simian,[2] ape, or hominid-like creature that is said to inhabit forests, mainly in the Pacific Northwest. In North American folklore, Bigfoot is usually described as a large, hairy, bipedal humanoid. The term sasquatch is an Anglicized derivative of the Halkomelem word sásq'ets.[3][4][5]

    Scientists discount the existence of Bigfoot and consider it to be a combination of folklore, misidentification, and hoax,[6] rather than a living animal, because of the lack of physical evidence and the large numbers of creatures that would be necessary to maintain a breeding population.[7][8] Occasional new reports of sightings sustain a small group of self-described investigators.[9] Most reports of sightings are attributed to being various animals, particularly black bears.

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  22. Bigfoot
    From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
    "Sasquatch" redirects here. For other uses, see Sasquatch (disambiguation) and Bigfoot (disambiguation).
    Bigfoot
    Patterson–Gimlin film frame 352.jpg
    Frame 352 from 1967 Patterson–Gimlin film; some claim it shows a Bigfoot, and others a man in a gorilla suit.[1]
    Similar creatures Skunk Ape, Yeren, Yowie, Mande Barung, Orang Pendek, Yeti, Barmanou
    Other name(s) Sasquatch
    Country United States, Canada
    Region Pacific Northwest
    Habitat Mountains, forest

    Bigfoot (also known as Sasquatch) is the name given to a mythological simian,[2] ape, or hominid-like creature that is said to inhabit forests, mainly in the Pacific Northwest. In North American folklore, Bigfoot is usually described as a large, hairy, bipedal humanoid. The term sasquatch is an Anglicized derivative of the Halkomelem word sásq'ets.[3][4][5]

    Scientists discount the existence of Bigfoot and consider it to be a combination of folklore, misidentification, and hoax,[6] rather than a living animal, because of the lack of physical evidence and the large numbers of creatures that would be necessary to maintain a breeding population.[7][8] Occasional new reports of sightings sustain a small group of self-described investigators.[9] Most reports of sightings are attributed to being various animals, particularly black bears.

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  23. Bigfoot
    From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
    "Sasquatch" redirects here. For other uses, see Sasquatch (disambiguation) and Bigfoot (disambiguation).
    Bigfoot
    Patterson–Gimlin film frame 352.jpg
    Frame 352 from 1967 Patterson–Gimlin film; some claim it shows a Bigfoot, and others a man in a gorilla suit.[1]
    Similar creatures Skunk Ape, Yeren, Yowie, Mande Barung, Orang Pendek, Yeti, Barmanou
    Other name(s) Sasquatch
    Country United States, Canada
    Region Pacific Northwest
    Habitat Mountains, forest

    Bigfoot (also known as Sasquatch) is the name given to a mythological simian,[2] ape, or hominid-like creature that is said to inhabit forests, mainly in the Pacific Northwest. In North American folklore, Bigfoot is usually described as a large, hairy, bipedal humanoid. The term sasquatch is an Anglicized derivative of the Halkomelem word sásq'ets.[3][4][5]

    Scientists discount the existence of Bigfoot and consider it to be a combination of folklore, misidentification, and hoax,[6] rather than a living animal, because of the lack of physical evidence and the large numbers of creatures that would be necessary to maintain a breeding population.[7][8] Occasional new reports of sightings sustain a small group of self-described investigators.[9] Most reports of sightings are attributed to being various animals, particularly black bears.

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  24. Bigfoot
    From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
    "Sasquatch" redirects here. For other uses, see Sasquatch (disambiguation) and Bigfoot (disambiguation).
    Bigfoot
    Patterson–Gimlin film frame 352.jpg
    Frame 352 from 1967 Patterson–Gimlin film; some claim it shows a Bigfoot, and others a man in a gorilla suit.[1]
    Similar creatures Skunk Ape, Yeren, Yowie, Mande Barung, Orang Pendek, Yeti, Barmanou
    Other name(s) Sasquatch
    Country United States, Canada
    Region Pacific Northwest
    Habitat Mountains, forest

    Bigfoot (also known as Sasquatch) is the name given to a mythological simian,[2] ape, or hominid-like creature that is said to inhabit forests, mainly in the Pacific Northwest. In North American folklore, Bigfoot is usually described as a large, hairy, bipedal humanoid. The term sasquatch is an Anglicized derivative of the Halkomelem word sásq'ets.[3][4][5]

    Scientists discount the existence of Bigfoot and consider it to be a combination of folklore, misidentification, and hoax,[6] rather than a living animal, because of the lack of physical evidence and the large numbers of creatures that would be necessary to maintain a breeding population.[7][8] Occasional new reports of sightings sustain a small group of self-described investigators.[9] Most reports of sightings are attributed to being various animals, particularly black bears.

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  25. Bigfoot
    From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
    "Sasquatch" redirects here. For other uses, see Sasquatch (disambiguation) and Bigfoot (disambiguation).
    Bigfoot
    Patterson–Gimlin film frame 352.jpg
    Frame 352 from 1967 Patterson–Gimlin film; some claim it shows a Bigfoot, and others a man in a gorilla suit.[1]
    Similar creatures Skunk Ape, Yeren, Yowie, Mande Barung, Orang Pendek, Yeti, Barmanou
    Other name(s) Sasquatch
    Country United States, Canada
    Region Pacific Northwest
    Habitat Mountains, forest

    Bigfoot (also known as Sasquatch) is the name given to a mythological simian,[2] ape, or hominid-like creature that is said to inhabit forests, mainly in the Pacific Northwest. In North American folklore, Bigfoot is usually described as a large, hairy, bipedal humanoid. The term sasquatch is an Anglicized derivative of the Halkomelem word sásq'ets.[3][4][5]

    Scientists discount the existence of Bigfoot and consider it to be a combination of folklore, misidentification, and hoax,[6] rather than a living animal, because of the lack of physical evidence and the large numbers of creatures that would be necessary to maintain a breeding population.[7][8] Occasional new reports of sightings sustain a small group of self-described investigators.[9] Most reports of sightings are attributed to being various animals, particularly black bears.

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  26. Bigfoot
    From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
    "Sasquatch" redirects here. For other uses, see Sasquatch (disambiguation) and Bigfoot (disambiguation).
    Bigfoot
    Patterson–Gimlin film frame 352.jpg
    Frame 352 from 1967 Patterson–Gimlin film; some claim it shows a Bigfoot, and others a man in a gorilla suit.[1]
    Similar creatures Skunk Ape, Yeren, Yowie, Mande Barung, Orang Pendek, Yeti, Barmanou
    Other name(s) Sasquatch
    Country United States, Canada
    Region Pacific Northwest
    Habitat Mountains, forest

    Bigfoot (also known as Sasquatch) is the name given to a mythological simian,[2] ape, or hominid-like creature that is said to inhabit forests, mainly in the Pacific Northwest. In North American folklore, Bigfoot is usually described as a large, hairy, bipedal humanoid. The term sasquatch is an Anglicized derivative of the Halkomelem word sásq'ets.[3][4][5]

    Scientists discount the existence of Bigfoot and consider it to be a combination of folklore, misidentification, and hoax,[6] rather than a living animal, because of the lack of physical evidence and the large numbers of creatures that would be necessary to maintain a breeding population.[7][8] Occasional new reports of sightings sustain a small group of self-described investigators.[9] Most reports of sightings are attributed to being various animals, particularly black bears.

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  27. Bigfoot
    From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
    "Sasquatch" redirects here. For other uses, see Sasquatch (disambiguation) and Bigfoot (disambiguation).
    Bigfoot
    Patterson–Gimlin film frame 352.jpg
    Frame 352 from 1967 Patterson–Gimlin film; some claim it shows a Bigfoot, and others a man in a gorilla suit.[1]
    Similar creatures Skunk Ape, Yeren, Yowie, Mande Barung, Orang Pendek, Yeti, Barmanou
    Other name(s) Sasquatch
    Country United States, Canada
    Region Pacific Northwest
    Habitat Mountains, forest

    Bigfoot (also known as Sasquatch) is the name given to a mythological simian,[2] ape, or hominid-like creature that is said to inhabit forests, mainly in the Pacific Northwest. In North American folklore, Bigfoot is usually described as a large, hairy, bipedal humanoid. The term sasquatch is an Anglicized derivative of the Halkomelem word sásq'ets.[3][4][5]

    Scientists discount the existence of Bigfoot and consider it to be a combination of folklore, misidentification, and hoax,[6] rather than a living animal, because of the lack of physical evidence and the large numbers of creatures that would be necessary to maintain a breeding population.[7][8] Occasional new reports of sightings sustain a small group of self-described investigators.[9] Most reports of sightings are attributed to being various animals, particularly black bears.

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  28. Bigfoot
    From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
    "Sasquatch" redirects here. For other uses, see Sasquatch (disambiguation) and Bigfoot (disambiguation).
    Bigfoot
    Patterson–Gimlin film frame 352.jpg
    Frame 352 from 1967 Patterson–Gimlin film; some claim it shows a Bigfoot, and others a man in a gorilla suit.[1]
    Similar creatures Skunk Ape, Yeren, Yowie, Mande Barung, Orang Pendek, Yeti, Barmanou
    Other name(s) Sasquatch
    Country United States, Canada
    Region Pacific Northwest
    Habitat Mountains, forest

    Bigfoot (also known as Sasquatch) is the name given to a mythological simian,[2] ape, or hominid-like creature that is said to inhabit forests, mainly in the Pacific Northwest. In North American folklore, Bigfoot is usually described as a large, hairy, bipedal humanoid. The term sasquatch is an Anglicized derivative of the Halkomelem word sásq'ets.[3][4][5]

    Scientists discount the existence of Bigfoot and consider it to be a combination of folklore, misidentification, and hoax,[6] rather than a living animal, because of the lack of physical evidence and the large numbers of creatures that would be necessary to maintain a breeding population.[7][8] Occasional new reports of sightings sustain a small group of self-described investigators.[9] Most reports of sightings are attributed to being various animals, particularly black bears.

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  30. Bigfoot
    From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
    "Sasquatch" redirects here. For other uses, see Sasquatch (disambiguation) and Bigfoot (disambiguation).
    Bigfoot
    Patterson–Gimlin film frame 352.jpg
    Frame 352 from 1967 Patterson–Gimlin film; some claim it shows a Bigfoot, and others a man in a gorilla suit.[1]
    Similar creatures Skunk Ape, Yeren, Yowie, Mande Barung, Orang Pendek, Yeti, Barmanou
    Other name(s) Sasquatch
    Country United States, Canada
    Region Pacific Northwest
    Habitat Mountains, forest

    Bigfoot (also known as Sasquatch) is the name given to a mythological simian,[2] ape, or hominid-like creature that is said to inhabit forests, mainly in the Pacific Northwest. In North American folklore, Bigfoot is usually described as a large, hairy, bipedal humanoid. The term sasquatch is an Anglicized derivative of the Halkomelem word sásq'ets.[3][4][5]

    Scientists discount the existence of Bigfoot and consider it to be a combination of folklore, misidentification, and hoax,[6] rather than a living animal, because of the lack of physical evidence and the large numbers of creatures that would be necessary to maintain a breeding population.[7][8] Occasional new reports of sightings sustain a small group of self-described investigators.[9] Most reports of sightings are attributed to being various animals, particularly black bears.

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  31. Bigfoot
    From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
    "Sasquatch" redirects here. For other uses, see Sasquatch (disambiguation) and Bigfoot (disambiguation).
    Bigfoot
    Patterson–Gimlin film frame 352.jpg
    Frame 352 from 1967 Patterson–Gimlin film; some claim it shows a Bigfoot, and others a man in a gorilla suit.[1]
    Similar creatures Skunk Ape, Yeren, Yowie, Mande Barung, Orang Pendek, Yeti, Barmanou
    Other name(s) Sasquatch
    Country United States, Canada
    Region Pacific Northwest
    Habitat Mountains, forest

    Bigfoot (also known as Sasquatch) is the name given to a mythological simian,[2] ape, or hominid-like creature that is said to inhabit forests, mainly in the Pacific Northwest. In North American folklore, Bigfoot is usually described as a large, hairy, bipedal humanoid. The term sasquatch is an Anglicized derivative of the Halkomelem word sásq'ets.[3][4][5]

    Scientists discount the existence of Bigfoot and consider it to be a combination of folklore, misidentification, and hoax,[6] rather than a living animal, because of the lack of physical evidence and the large numbers of creatures that would be necessary to maintain a breeding population.[7][8] Occasional new reports of sightings sustain a small group of self-described investigators.[9] Most reports of sightings are attributed to being various animals, particularly black bears.

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  33. Bigfoot
    From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
    "Sasquatch" redirects here. For other uses, see Sasquatch (disambiguation) and Bigfoot (disambiguation).
    Bigfoot
    Patterson–Gimlin film frame 352.jpg
    Frame 352 from 1967 Patterson–Gimlin film; some claim it shows a Bigfoot, and others a man in a gorilla suit.[1]
    Similar creatures Skunk Ape, Yeren, Yowie, Mande Barung, Orang Pendek, Yeti, Barmanou
    Other name(s) Sasquatch
    Country United States, Canada
    Region Pacific Northwest
    Habitat Mountains, forest

    Bigfoot (also known as Sasquatch) is the name given to a mythological simian,[2] ape, or hominid-like creature that is said to inhabit forests, mainly in the Pacific Northwest. In North American folklore, Bigfoot is usually described as a large, hairy, bipedal humanoid. The term sasquatch is an Anglicized derivative of the Halkomelem word sásq'ets.[3][4][5]

    Scientists discount the existence of Bigfoot and consider it to be a combination of folklore, misidentification, and hoax,[6] rather than a living animal, because of the lack of physical evidence and the large numbers of creatures that would be necessary to maintain a breeding population.[7][8] Occasional new reports of sightings sustain a small group of self-described investigators.[9] Most reports of sightings are attributed to being various animals, particularly black bears.

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  34. Bigfoot
    From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
    "Sasquatch" redirects here. For other uses, see Sasquatch (disambiguation) and Bigfoot (disambiguation).
    Bigfoot
    Patterson–Gimlin film frame 352.jpg
    Frame 352 from 1967 Patterson–Gimlin film; some claim it shows a Bigfoot, and others a man in a gorilla suit.[1]
    Similar creatures Skunk Ape, Yeren, Yowie, Mande Barung, Orang Pendek, Yeti, Barmanou
    Other name(s) Sasquatch
    Country United States, Canada
    Region Pacific Northwest
    Habitat Mountains, forest

    Bigfoot (also known as Sasquatch) is the name given to a mythological simian,[2] ape, or hominid-like creature that is said to inhabit forests, mainly in the Pacific Northwest. In North American folklore, Bigfoot is usually described as a large, hairy, bipedal humanoid. The term sasquatch is an Anglicized derivative of the Halkomelem word sásq'ets.[3][4][5]

    Scientists discount the existence of Bigfoot and consider it to be a combination of folklore, misidentification, and hoax,[6] rather than a living animal, because of the lack of physical evidence and the large numbers of creatures that would be necessary to maintain a breeding population.[7][8] Occasional new reports of sightings sustain a small group of self-described investigators.[9] Most reports of sightings are attributed to being various animals, particularly black bears.

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  35. Bigfoot
    From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
    "Sasquatch" redirects here. For other uses, see Sasquatch (disambiguation) and Bigfoot (disambiguation).
    Bigfoot
    Patterson–Gimlin film frame 352.jpg
    Frame 352 from 1967 Patterson–Gimlin film; some claim it shows a Bigfoot, and others a man in a gorilla suit.[1]
    Similar creatures Skunk Ape, Yeren, Yowie, Mande Barung, Orang Pendek, Yeti, Barmanou
    Other name(s) Sasquatch
    Country United States, Canada
    Region Pacific Northwest
    Habitat Mountains, forest

    Bigfoot (also known as Sasquatch) is the name given to a mythological simian,[2] ape, or hominid-like creature that is said to inhabit forests, mainly in the Pacific Northwest. In North American folklore, Bigfoot is usually described as a large, hairy, bipedal humanoid. The term sasquatch is an Anglicized derivative of the Halkomelem word sásq'ets.[3][4][5]

    Scientists discount the existence of Bigfoot and consider it to be a combination of folklore, misidentification, and hoax,[6] rather than a living animal, because of the lack of physical evidence and the large numbers of creatures that would be necessary to maintain a breeding population.[7][8] Occasional new reports of sightings sustain a small group of self-described investigators.[9] Most reports of sightings are attributed to being various animals, particularly black bears.

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  36. Bigfoot
    From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
    "Sasquatch" redirects here. For other uses, see Sasquatch (disambiguation) and Bigfoot (disambiguation).
    Bigfoot
    Patterson–Gimlin film frame 352.jpg
    Frame 352 from 1967 Patterson–Gimlin film; some claim it shows a Bigfoot, and others a man in a gorilla suit.[1]
    Similar creatures Skunk Ape, Yeren, Yowie, Mande Barung, Orang Pendek, Yeti, Barmanou
    Other name(s) Sasquatch
    Country United States, Canada
    Region Pacific Northwest
    Habitat Mountains, forest

    Bigfoot (also known as Sasquatch) is the name given to a mythological simian,[2] ape, or hominid-like creature that is said to inhabit forests, mainly in the Pacific Northwest. In North American folklore, Bigfoot is usually described as a large, hairy, bipedal humanoid. The term sasquatch is an Anglicized derivative of the Halkomelem word sásq'ets.[3][4][5]

    Scientists discount the existence of Bigfoot and consider it to be a combination of folklore, misidentification, and hoax,[6] rather than a living animal, because of the lack of physical evidence and the large numbers of creatures that would be necessary to maintain a breeding population.[7][8] Occasional new reports of sightings sustain a small group of self-described investigators.[9] Most reports of sightings are attributed to being various animals, particularly black bears.

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  37. Bigfoot
    From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
    "Sasquatch" redirects here. For other uses, see Sasquatch (disambiguation) and Bigfoot (disambiguation).
    Bigfoot
    Patterson–Gimlin film frame 352.jpg
    Frame 352 from 1967 Patterson–Gimlin film; some claim it shows a Bigfoot, and others a man in a gorilla suit.[1]
    Similar creatures Skunk Ape, Yeren, Yowie, Mande Barung, Orang Pendek, Yeti, Barmanou
    Other name(s) Sasquatch
    Country United States, Canada
    Region Pacific Northwest
    Habitat Mountains, forest

    Bigfoot (also known as Sasquatch) is the name given to a mythological simian,[2] ape, or hominid-like creature that is said to inhabit forests, mainly in the Pacific Northwest. In North American folklore, Bigfoot is usually described as a large, hairy, bipedal humanoid. The term sasquatch is an Anglicized derivative of the Halkomelem word sásq'ets.[3][4][5]

    Scientists discount the existence of Bigfoot and consider it to be a combination of folklore, misidentification, and hoax,[6] rather than a living animal, because of the lack of physical evidence and the large numbers of creatures that would be necessary to maintain a breeding population.[7][8] Occasional new reports of sightings sustain a small group of self-described investigators.[9] Most reports of sightings are attributed to being various animals, particularly black bears.

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  38. Bigfoot
    From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
    "Sasquatch" redirects here. For other uses, see Sasquatch (disambiguation) and Bigfoot (disambiguation).
    Bigfoot
    Patterson–Gimlin film frame 352.jpg
    Frame 352 from 1967 Patterson–Gimlin film; some claim it shows a Bigfoot, and others a man in a gorilla suit.[1]
    Similar creatures Skunk Ape, Yeren, Yowie, Mande Barung, Orang Pendek, Yeti, Barmanou
    Other name(s) Sasquatch
    Country United States, Canada
    Region Pacific Northwest
    Habitat Mountains, forest

    Bigfoot (also known as Sasquatch) is the name given to a mythological simian,[2] ape, or hominid-like creature that is said to inhabit forests, mainly in the Pacific Northwest. In North American folklore, Bigfoot is usually described as a large, hairy, bipedal humanoid. The term sasquatch is an Anglicized derivative of the Halkomelem word sásq'ets.[3][4][5]

    Scientists discount the existence of Bigfoot and consider it to be a combination of folklore, misidentification, and hoax,[6] rather than a living animal, because of the lack of physical evidence and the large numbers of creatures that would be necessary to maintain a breeding population.[7][8] Occasional new reports of sightings sustain a small group of self-described investigators.[9] Most reports of sightings are attributed to being various animals, particularly black bears.

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  39. HEY YOU`RE UNSETTLING ME - I`M READYING MYSELF FOR BED AND NEED TO RELAX AND YOU ARE NOT HELPING WITH MY DEEP BREATHING TECHNIQUES - ASSHOLE.

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  40. Bigfoot
    From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
    "Sasquatch" redirects here. For other uses, see Sasquatch (disambiguation) and Bigfoot (disambiguation).
    Bigfoot
    Patterson–Gimlin film frame 352.jpg
    Frame 352 from 1967 Patterson–Gimlin film; some claim it shows a Bigfoot, and others a man in a gorilla suit.[1]
    Similar creatures Skunk Ape, Yeren, Yowie, Mande Barung, Orang Pendek, Yeti, Barmanou
    Other name(s) Sasquatch
    Country United States, Canada
    Region Pacific Northwest
    Habitat Mountains, forest

    Bigfoot (also known as Sasquatch) is the name given to a mythological simian,[2] ape, or hominid-like creature that is said to inhabit forests, mainly in the Pacific Northwest. In North American folklore, Bigfoot is usually described as a large, hairy, bipedal humanoid. The term sasquatch is an Anglicized derivative of the Halkomelem word sásq'ets.[3][4][5]

    Scientists discount the existence of Bigfoot and consider it to be a combination of folklore, misidentification, and hoax,[6] rather than a living animal, because of the lack of physical evidence and the large numbers of creatures that would be necessary to maintain a breeding population.[7][8] Occasional new reports of sightings sustain a small group of self-described investigators.[9] Most reports of sightings are attributed to being various animals, particularly black bears.

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  41. Bigfoot
    From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
    "Sasquatch" redirects here. For other uses, see Sasquatch (disambiguation) and Bigfoot (disambiguation).
    Bigfoot
    Patterson–Gimlin film frame 352.jpg
    Frame 352 from 1967 Patterson–Gimlin film; some claim it shows a Bigfoot, and others a man in a gorilla suit.[1]
    Similar creatures Skunk Ape, Yeren, Yowie, Mande Barung, Orang Pendek, Yeti, Barmanou
    Other name(s) Sasquatch
    Country United States, Canada
    Region Pacific Northwest
    Habitat Mountains, forest

    Bigfoot (also known as Sasquatch) is the name given to a mythological simian,[2] ape, or hominid-like creature that is said to inhabit forests, mainly in the Pacific Northwest. In North American folklore, Bigfoot is usually described as a large, hairy, bipedal humanoid. The term sasquatch is an Anglicized derivative of the Halkomelem word sásq'ets.[3][4][5]

    Scientists discount the existence of Bigfoot and consider it to be a combination of folklore, misidentification, and hoax,[6] rather than a living animal, because of the lack of physical evidence and the large numbers of creatures that would be necessary to maintain a breeding population.[7][8] Occasional new reports of sightings sustain a small group of self-described investigators.[9] Most reports of sightings are attributed to being various animals, particularly black bears.

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  42. Bigfoot
    From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
    "Sasquatch" redirects here. For other uses, see Sasquatch (disambiguation) and Bigfoot (disambiguation).
    Bigfoot
    Patterson–Gimlin film frame 352.jpg
    Frame 352 from 1967 Patterson–Gimlin film; some claim it shows a Bigfoot, and others a man in a gorilla suit.[1]
    Similar creatures Skunk Ape, Yeren, Yowie, Mande Barung, Orang Pendek, Yeti, Barmanou
    Other name(s) Sasquatch
    Country United States, Canada
    Region Pacific Northwest
    Habitat Mountains, forest

    Bigfoot (also known as Sasquatch) is the name given to a mythological simian,[2] ape, or hominid-like creature that is said to inhabit forests, mainly in the Pacific Northwest. In North American folklore, Bigfoot is usually described as a large, hairy, bipedal humanoid. The term sasquatch is an Anglicized derivative of the Halkomelem word sásq'ets.[3][4][5]

    Scientists discount the existence of Bigfoot and consider it to be a combination of folklore, misidentification, and hoax,[6] rather than a living animal, because of the lack of physical evidence and the large numbers of creatures that would be necessary to maintain a breeding population.[7][8] Occasional new reports of sightings sustain a small group of self-described investigators.[9] Most reports of sightings are attributed to being various animals, particularly black bears.

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  43. Ok Matlab is taking over this conversation in three... two... one

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  44. Bigfoot
    From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
    "Sasquatch" redirects here. For other uses, see Sasquatch (disambiguation) and Bigfoot (disambiguation).
    Bigfoot
    Patterson–Gimlin film frame 352.jpg
    Frame 352 from 1967 Patterson–Gimlin film; some claim it shows a Bigfoot, and others a man in a gorilla suit.[1]
    Similar creatures Skunk Ape, Yeren, Yowie, Mande Barung, Orang Pendek, Yeti, Barmanou
    Other name(s) Sasquatch
    Country United States, Canada
    Region Pacific Northwest
    Habitat Mountains, forest

    Bigfoot (also known as Sasquatch) is the name given to a mythological simian,[2] ape, or hominid-like creature that is said to inhabit forests, mainly in the Pacific Northwest. In North American folklore, Bigfoot is usually described as a large, hairy, bipedal humanoid. The term sasquatch is an Anglicized derivative of the Halkomelem word sásq'ets.[3][4][5]

    Scientists discount the existence of Bigfoot and consider it to be a combination of folklore, misidentification, and hoax,[6] rather than a living animal, because of the lack of physical evidence and the large numbers of creatures that would be necessary to maintain a breeding population.[7][8] Occasional new reports of sightings sustain a small group of self-described investigators.[9] Most reports of sightings are attributed to being various animals, particularly black bears.

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  45. Bigfoot
    From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
    "Sasquatch" redirects here. For other uses, see Sasquatch (disambiguation) and Bigfoot (disambiguation).
    Bigfoot
    Patterson–Gimlin film frame 352.jpg
    Frame 352 from 1967 Patterson–Gimlin film; some claim it shows a Bigfoot, and others a man in a gorilla suit.[1]
    Similar creatures Skunk Ape, Yeren, Yowie, Mande Barung, Orang Pendek, Yeti, Barmanou
    Other name(s) Sasquatch
    Country United States, Canada
    Region Pacific Northwest
    Habitat Mountains, forest

    Bigfoot (also known as Sasquatch) is the name given to a mythological simian,[2] ape, or hominid-like creature that is said to inhabit forests, mainly in the Pacific Northwest. In North American folklore, Bigfoot is usually described as a large, hairy, bipedal humanoid. The term sasquatch is an Anglicized derivative of the Halkomelem word sásq'ets.[3][4][5]

    Scientists discount the existence of Bigfoot and consider it to be a combination of folklore, misidentification, and hoax,[6] rather than a living animal, because of the lack of physical evidence and the large numbers of creatures that would be necessary to maintain a breeding population.[7][8] Occasional new reports of sightings sustain a small group of self-described investigators.[9] Most reports of sightings are attributed to being various animals, particularly black bears.

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  46. Bigfoot
    From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
    "Sasquatch" redirects here. For other uses, see Sasquatch (disambiguation) and Bigfoot (disambiguation).
    Bigfoot
    Patterson–Gimlin film frame 352.jpg
    Frame 352 from 1967 Patterson–Gimlin film; some claim it shows a Bigfoot, and others a man in a gorilla suit.[1]
    Similar creatures Skunk Ape, Yeren, Yowie, Mande Barung, Orang Pendek, Yeti, Barmanou
    Other name(s) Sasquatch
    Country United States, Canada
    Region Pacific Northwest
    Habitat Mountains, forest

    Bigfoot (also known as Sasquatch) is the name given to a mythological simian,[2] ape, or hominid-like creature that is said to inhabit forests, mainly in the Pacific Northwest. In North American folklore, Bigfoot is usually described as a large, hairy, bipedal humanoid. The term sasquatch is an Anglicized derivative of the Halkomelem word sásq'ets.[3][4][5]

    Scientists discount the existence of Bigfoot and consider it to be a combination of folklore, misidentification, and hoax,[6] rather than a living animal, because of the lack of physical evidence and the large numbers of creatures that would be necessary to maintain a breeding population.[7][8] Occasional new reports of sightings sustain a small group of self-described investigators.[9] Most reports of sightings are attributed to being various animals, particularly black bears.

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  47. Bigfoot
    From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
    "Sasquatch" redirects here. For other uses, see Sasquatch (disambiguation) and Bigfoot (disambiguation).
    Bigfoot
    Patterson–Gimlin film frame 352.jpg
    Frame 352 from 1967 Patterson–Gimlin film; some claim it shows a Bigfoot, and others a man in a gorilla suit.[1]
    Similar creatures Skunk Ape, Yeren, Yowie, Mande Barung, Orang Pendek, Yeti, Barmanou
    Other name(s) Sasquatch
    Country United States, Canada
    Region Pacific Northwest
    Habitat Mountains, forest

    Bigfoot (also known as Sasquatch) is the name given to a mythological simian,[2] ape, or hominid-like creature that is said to inhabit forests, mainly in the Pacific Northwest. In North American folklore, Bigfoot is usually described as a large, hairy, bipedal humanoid. The term sasquatch is an Anglicized derivative of the Halkomelem word sásq'ets.[3][4][5]

    Scientists discount the existence of Bigfoot and consider it to be a combination of folklore, misidentification, and hoax,[6] rather than a living animal, because of the lack of physical evidence and the large numbers of creatures that would be necessary to maintain a breeding population.[7][8] Occasional new reports of sightings sustain a small group of self-described investigators.[9] Most reports of sightings are attributed to being various animals, particularly black bears.

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  48. Bigfoot
    From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
    "Sasquatch" redirects here. For other uses, see Sasquatch (disambiguation) and Bigfoot (disambiguation).
    Bigfoot
    Patterson–Gimlin film frame 352.jpg
    Frame 352 from 1967 Patterson–Gimlin film; some claim it shows a Bigfoot, and others a man in a gorilla suit.[1]
    Similar creatures Skunk Ape, Yeren, Yowie, Mande Barung, Orang Pendek, Yeti, Barmanou
    Other name(s) Sasquatch
    Country United States, Canada
    Region Pacific Northwest
    Habitat Mountains, forest

    Bigfoot (also known as Sasquatch) is the name given to a mythological simian,[2] ape, or hominid-like creature that is said to inhabit forests, mainly in the Pacific Northwest. In North American folklore, Bigfoot is usually described as a large, hairy, bipedal humanoid. The term sasquatch is an Anglicized derivative of the Halkomelem word sásq'ets.[3][4][5]

    Scientists discount the existence of Bigfoot and consider it to be a combination of folklore, misidentification, and hoax,[6] rather than a living animal, because of the lack of physical evidence and the large numbers of creatures that would be necessary to maintain a breeding population.[7][8] Occasional new reports of sightings sustain a small group of self-described investigators.[9] Most reports of sightings are attributed to being various animals, particularly black bears.

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  49. Bigfoot
    From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
    "Sasquatch" redirects here. For other uses, see Sasquatch (disambiguation) and Bigfoot (disambiguation).
    Bigfoot
    Patterson–Gimlin film frame 352.jpg
    Frame 352 from 1967 Patterson–Gimlin film; some claim it shows a Bigfoot, and others a man in a gorilla suit.[1]
    Similar creatures Skunk Ape, Yeren, Yowie, Mande Barung, Orang Pendek, Yeti, Barmanou
    Other name(s) Sasquatch
    Country United States, Canada
    Region Pacific Northwest
    Habitat Mountains, forest

    Bigfoot (also known as Sasquatch) is the name given to a mythological simian,[2] ape, or hominid-like creature that is said to inhabit forests, mainly in the Pacific Northwest. In North American folklore, Bigfoot is usually described as a large, hairy, bipedal humanoid. The term sasquatch is an Anglicized derivative of the Halkomelem word sásq'ets.[3][4][5]

    Scientists discount the existence of Bigfoot and consider it to be a combination of folklore, misidentification, and hoax,[6] rather than a living animal, because of the lack of physical evidence and the large numbers of creatures that would be necessary to maintain a breeding population.[7][8] Occasional new reports of sightings sustain a small group of self-described investigators.[9] Most reports of sightings are attributed to being various animals, particularly black bears.

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  50. Bigfoot
    From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
    "Sasquatch" redirects here. For other uses, see Sasquatch (disambiguation) and Bigfoot (disambiguation).
    Bigfoot
    Patterson–Gimlin film frame 352.jpg
    Frame 352 from 1967 Patterson–Gimlin film; some claim it shows a Bigfoot, and others a man in a gorilla suit.[1]
    Similar creatures Skunk Ape, Yeren, Yowie, Mande Barung, Orang Pendek, Yeti, Barmanou
    Other name(s) Sasquatch
    Country United States, Canada
    Region Pacific Northwest
    Habitat Mountains, forest

    Bigfoot (also known as Sasquatch) is the name given to a mythological simian,[2] ape, or hominid-like creature that is said to inhabit forests, mainly in the Pacific Northwest. In North American folklore, Bigfoot is usually described as a large, hairy, bipedal humanoid. The term sasquatch is an Anglicized derivative of the Halkomelem word sásq'ets.[3][4][5]

    Scientists discount the existence of Bigfoot and consider it to be a combination of folklore, misidentification, and hoax,[6] rather than a living animal, because of the lack of physical evidence and the large numbers of creatures that would be necessary to maintain a breeding population.[7][8] Occasional new reports of sightings sustain a small group of self-described investigators.[9] Most reports of sightings are attributed to being various animals, particularly black bears.

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  51. Bigfoot
    From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
    "Sasquatch" redirects here. For other uses, see Sasquatch (disambiguation) and Bigfoot (disambiguation).
    Bigfoot
    Patterson–Gimlin film frame 352.jpg
    Frame 352 from 1967 Patterson–Gimlin film; some claim it shows a Bigfoot, and others a man in a gorilla suit.[1]
    Similar creatures Skunk Ape, Yeren, Yowie, Mande Barung, Orang Pendek, Yeti, Barmanou
    Other name(s) Sasquatch
    Country United States, Canada
    Region Pacific Northwest
    Habitat Mountains, forest

    Bigfoot (also known as Sasquatch) is the name given to a mythological simian,[2] ape, or hominid-like creature that is said to inhabit forests, mainly in the Pacific Northwest. In North American folklore, Bigfoot is usually described as a large, hairy, bipedal humanoid. The term sasquatch is an Anglicized derivative of the Halkomelem word sásq'ets.[3][4][5]

    Scientists discount the existence of Bigfoot and consider it to be a combination of folklore, misidentification, and hoax,[6] rather than a living animal, because of the lack of physical evidence and the large numbers of creatures that would be necessary to maintain a breeding population.[7][8] Occasional new reports of sightings sustain a small group of self-described investigators.[9] Most reports of sightings are attributed to being various animals, particularly black bears.

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  52. Bigfoot
    From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
    "Sasquatch" redirects here. For other uses, see Sasquatch (disambiguation) and Bigfoot (disambiguation).
    Bigfoot
    Patterson–Gimlin film frame 352.jpg
    Frame 352 from 1967 Patterson–Gimlin film; some claim it shows a Bigfoot, and others a man in a gorilla suit.[1]
    Similar creatures Skunk Ape, Yeren, Yowie, Mande Barung, Orang Pendek, Yeti, Barmanou
    Other name(s) Sasquatch
    Country United States, Canada
    Region Pacific Northwest
    Habitat Mountains, forest

    Bigfoot (also known as Sasquatch) is the name given to a mythological simian,[2] ape, or hominid-like creature that is said to inhabit forests, mainly in the Pacific Northwest. In North American folklore, Bigfoot is usually described as a large, hairy, bipedal humanoid. The term sasquatch is an Anglicized derivative of the Halkomelem word sásq'ets.[3][4][5]

    Scientists discount the existence of Bigfoot and consider it to be a combination of folklore, misidentification, and hoax,[6] rather than a living animal, because of the lack of physical evidence and the large numbers of creatures that would be necessary to maintain a breeding population.[7][8] Occasional new reports of sightings sustain a small group of self-described investigators.[9] Most reports of sightings are attributed to being various animals, particularly black bears.

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  53. Bigfoot
    From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
    "Sasquatch" redirects here. For other uses, see Sasquatch (disambiguation) and Bigfoot (disambiguation).
    Bigfoot
    Patterson–Gimlin film frame 352.jpg
    Frame 352 from 1967 Patterson–Gimlin film; some claim it shows a Bigfoot, and others a man in a gorilla suit.[1]
    Similar creatures Skunk Ape, Yeren, Yowie, Mande Barung, Orang Pendek, Yeti, Barmanou
    Other name(s) Sasquatch
    Country United States, Canada
    Region Pacific Northwest
    Habitat Mountains, forest

    Bigfoot (also known as Sasquatch) is the name given to a mythological simian,[2] ape, or hominid-like creature that is said to inhabit forests, mainly in the Pacific Northwest. In North American folklore, Bigfoot is usually described as a large, hairy, bipedal humanoid. The term sasquatch is an Anglicized derivative of the Halkomelem word sásq'ets.[3][4][5]

    Scientists discount the existence of Bigfoot and consider it to be a combination of folklore, misidentification, and hoax,[6] rather than a living animal, because of the lack of physical evidence and the large numbers of creatures that would be necessary to maintain a breeding population.[7][8] Occasional new reports of sightings sustain a small group of self-described investigators.[9] Most reports of sightings are attributed to being various animals, particularly black bears.

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  54. Bigfoot
    From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
    "Sasquatch" redirects here. For other uses, see Sasquatch (disambiguation) and Bigfoot (disambiguation).
    Bigfoot
    Patterson–Gimlin film frame 352.jpg
    Frame 352 from 1967 Patterson–Gimlin film; some claim it shows a Bigfoot, and others a man in a gorilla suit.[1]
    Similar creatures Skunk Ape, Yeren, Yowie, Mande Barung, Orang Pendek, Yeti, Barmanou
    Other name(s) Sasquatch
    Country United States, Canada
    Region Pacific Northwest
    Habitat Mountains, forest

    Bigfoot (also known as Sasquatch) is the name given to a mythological simian,[2] ape, or hominid-like creature that is said to inhabit forests, mainly in the Pacific Northwest. In North American folklore, Bigfoot is usually described as a large, hairy, bipedal humanoid. The term sasquatch is an Anglicized derivative of the Halkomelem word sásq'ets.[3][4][5]

    Scientists discount the existence of Bigfoot and consider it to be a combination of folklore, misidentification, and hoax,[6] rather than a living animal, because of the lack of physical evidence and the large numbers of creatures that would be necessary to maintain a breeding population.[7][8] Occasional new reports of sightings sustain a small group of self-described investigators.[9] Most reports of sightings are attributed to being various animals, particularly black bears.

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  55. Bigfoot
    From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
    "Sasquatch" redirects here. For other uses, see Sasquatch (disambiguation) and Bigfoot (disambiguation).
    Bigfoot
    Patterson–Gimlin film frame 352.jpg
    Frame 352 from 1967 Patterson–Gimlin film; some claim it shows a Bigfoot, and others a man in a gorilla suit.[1]
    Similar creatures Skunk Ape, Yeren, Yowie, Mande Barung, Orang Pendek, Yeti, Barmanou
    Other name(s) Sasquatch
    Country United States, Canada
    Region Pacific Northwest
    Habitat Mountains, forest

    Bigfoot (also known as Sasquatch) is the name given to a mythological simian,[2] ape, or hominid-like creature that is said to inhabit forests, mainly in the Pacific Northwest. In North American folklore, Bigfoot is usually described as a large, hairy, bipedal humanoid. The term sasquatch is an Anglicized derivative of the Halkomelem word sásq'ets.[3][4][5]

    Scientists discount the existence of Bigfoot and consider it to be a combination of folklore, misidentification, and hoax,[6] rather than a living animal, because of the lack of physical evidence and the large numbers of creatures that would be necessary to maintain a breeding population.[7][8] Occasional new reports of sightings sustain a small group of self-described investigators.[9] Most reports of sightings are attributed to being various animals, particularly black bears.

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  56. Bigfoot
    From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
    "Sasquatch" redirects here. For other uses, see Sasquatch (disambiguation) and Bigfoot (disambiguation).
    Bigfoot
    Patterson–Gimlin film frame 352.jpg
    Frame 352 from 1967 Patterson–Gimlin film; some claim it shows a Bigfoot, and others a man in a gorilla suit.[1]
    Similar creatures Skunk Ape, Yeren, Yowie, Mande Barung, Orang Pendek, Yeti, Barmanou
    Other name(s) Sasquatch
    Country United States, Canada
    Region Pacific Northwest
    Habitat Mountains, forest

    Bigfoot (also known as Sasquatch) is the name given to a mythological simian,[2] ape, or hominid-like creature that is said to inhabit forests, mainly in the Pacific Northwest. In North American folklore, Bigfoot is usually described as a large, hairy, bipedal humanoid. The term sasquatch is an Anglicized derivative of the Halkomelem word sásq'ets.[3][4][5]

    Scientists discount the existence of Bigfoot and consider it to be a combination of folklore, misidentification, and hoax,[6] rather than a living animal, because of the lack of physical evidence and the large numbers of creatures that would be necessary to maintain a breeding population.[7][8] Occasional new reports of sightings sustain a small group of self-described investigators.[9] Most reports of sightings are attributed to being various animals, particularly black bears.

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  57. Bigfoot
    From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
    "Sasquatch" redirects here. For other uses, see Sasquatch (disambiguation) and Bigfoot (disambiguation).
    Bigfoot
    Patterson–Gimlin film frame 352.jpg
    Frame 352 from 1967 Patterson–Gimlin film; some claim it shows a Bigfoot, and others a man in a gorilla suit.[1]
    Similar creatures Skunk Ape, Yeren, Yowie, Mande Barung, Orang Pendek, Yeti, Barmanou
    Other name(s) Sasquatch
    Country United States, Canada
    Region Pacific Northwest
    Habitat Mountains, forest

    Bigfoot (also known as Sasquatch) is the name given to a mythological simian,[2] ape, or hominid-like creature that is said to inhabit forests, mainly in the Pacific Northwest. In North American folklore, Bigfoot is usually described as a large, hairy, bipedal humanoid. The term sasquatch is an Anglicized derivative of the Halkomelem word sásq'ets.[3][4][5]

    Scientists discount the existence of Bigfoot and consider it to be a combination of folklore, misidentification, and hoax,[6] rather than a living animal, because of the lack of physical evidence and the large numbers of creatures that would be necessary to maintain a breeding population.[7][8] Occasional new reports of sightings sustain a small group of self-described investigators.[9] Most reports of sightings are attributed to being various animals, particularly black bears.

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  58. Bigfoot
    From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
    "Sasquatch" redirects here. For other uses, see Sasquatch (disambiguation) and Bigfoot (disambiguation).
    Bigfoot
    Patterson–Gimlin film frame 352.jpg
    Frame 352 from 1967 Patterson–Gimlin film; some claim it shows a Bigfoot, and others a man in a gorilla suit.[1]
    Similar creatures Skunk Ape, Yeren, Yowie, Mande Barung, Orang Pendek, Yeti, Barmanou
    Other name(s) Sasquatch
    Country United States, Canada
    Region Pacific Northwest
    Habitat Mountains, forest

    Bigfoot (also known as Sasquatch) is the name given to a mythological simian,[2] ape, or hominid-like creature that is said to inhabit forests, mainly in the Pacific Northwest. In North American folklore, Bigfoot is usually described as a large, hairy, bipedal humanoid. The term sasquatch is an Anglicized derivative of the Halkomelem word sásq'ets.[3][4][5]

    Scientists discount the existence of Bigfoot and consider it to be a combination of folklore, misidentification, and hoax,[6] rather than a living animal, because of the lack of physical evidence and the large numbers of creatures that would be necessary to maintain a breeding population.[7][8] Occasional new reports of sightings sustain a small group of self-described investigators.[9] Most reports of sightings are attributed to being various animals, particularly black bears.

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  59. Bigfoot
    From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
    "Sasquatch" redirects here. For other uses, see Sasquatch (disambiguation) and Bigfoot (disambiguation).
    Bigfoot
    Patterson–Gimlin film frame 352.jpg
    Frame 352 from 1967 Patterson–Gimlin film; some claim it shows a Bigfoot, and others a man in a gorilla suit.[1]
    Similar creatures Skunk Ape, Yeren, Yowie, Mande Barung, Orang Pendek, Yeti, Barmanou
    Other name(s) Sasquatch
    Country United States, Canada
    Region Pacific Northwest
    Habitat Mountains, forest

    Bigfoot (also known as Sasquatch) is the name given to a mythological simian,[2] ape, or hominid-like creature that is said to inhabit forests, mainly in the Pacific Northwest. In North American folklore, Bigfoot is usually described as a large, hairy, bipedal humanoid. The term sasquatch is an Anglicized derivative of the Halkomelem word sásq'ets.[3][4][5]

    Scientists discount the existence of Bigfoot and consider it to be a combination of folklore, misidentification, and hoax,[6] rather than a living animal, because of the lack of physical evidence and the large numbers of creatures that would be necessary to maintain a breeding population.[7][8] Occasional new reports of sightings sustain a small group of self-described investigators.[9] Most reports of sightings are attributed to being various animals, particularly black bears.

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  60. Bigfoot
    From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
    "Sasquatch" redirects here. For other uses, see Sasquatch (disambiguation) and Bigfoot (disambiguation).
    Bigfoot
    Patterson–Gimlin film frame 352.jpg
    Frame 352 from 1967 Patterson–Gimlin film; some claim it shows a Bigfoot, and others a man in a gorilla suit.[1]
    Similar creatures Skunk Ape, Yeren, Yowie, Mande Barung, Orang Pendek, Yeti, Barmanou
    Other name(s) Sasquatch
    Country United States, Canada
    Region Pacific Northwest
    Habitat Mountains, forest

    Bigfoot (also known as Sasquatch) is the name given to a mythological simian,[2] ape, or hominid-like creature that is said to inhabit forests, mainly in the Pacific Northwest. In North American folklore, Bigfoot is usually described as a large, hairy, bipedal humanoid. The term sasquatch is an Anglicized derivative of the Halkomelem word sásq'ets.[3][4][5]

    Scientists discount the existence of Bigfoot and consider it to be a combination of folklore, misidentification, and hoax,[6] rather than a living animal, because of the lack of physical evidence and the large numbers of creatures that would be necessary to maintain a breeding population.[7][8] Occasional new reports of sightings sustain a small group of self-described investigators.[9] Most reports of sightings are attributed to being various animals, particularly black bears.

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  61. Bigfoot
    From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
    "Sasquatch" redirects here. For other uses, see Sasquatch (disambiguation) and Bigfoot (disambiguation).
    Bigfoot
    Patterson–Gimlin film frame 352.jpg
    Frame 352 from 1967 Patterson–Gimlin film; some claim it shows a Bigfoot, and others a man in a gorilla suit.[1]
    Similar creatures Skunk Ape, Yeren, Yowie, Mande Barung, Orang Pendek, Yeti, Barmanou
    Other name(s) Sasquatch
    Country United States, Canada
    Region Pacific Northwest
    Habitat Mountains, forest

    Bigfoot (also known as Sasquatch) is the name given to a mythological simian,[2] ape, or hominid-like creature that is said to inhabit forests, mainly in the Pacific Northwest. In North American folklore, Bigfoot is usually described as a large, hairy, bipedal humanoid. The term sasquatch is an Anglicized derivative of the Halkomelem word sásq'ets.[3][4][5]

    Scientists discount the existence of Bigfoot and consider it to be a combination of folklore, misidentification, and hoax,[6] rather than a living animal, because of the lack of physical evidence and the large numbers of creatures that would be necessary to maintain a breeding population.[7][8] Occasional new reports of sightings sustain a small group of self-described investigators.[9] Most reports of sightings are attributed to being various animals, particularly black bears.

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  62. Bigfoot
    From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
    "Sasquatch" redirects here. For other uses, see Sasquatch (disambiguation) and Bigfoot (disambiguation).
    Bigfoot
    Patterson–Gimlin film frame 352.jpg
    Frame 352 from 1967 Patterson–Gimlin film; some claim it shows a Bigfoot, and others a man in a gorilla suit.[1]
    Similar creatures Skunk Ape, Yeren, Yowie, Mande Barung, Orang Pendek, Yeti, Barmanou
    Other name(s) Sasquatch
    Country United States, Canada
    Region Pacific Northwest
    Habitat Mountains, forest

    Bigfoot (also known as Sasquatch) is the name given to a mythological simian,[2] ape, or hominid-like creature that is said to inhabit forests, mainly in the Pacific Northwest. In North American folklore, Bigfoot is usually described as a large, hairy, bipedal humanoid. The term sasquatch is an Anglicized derivative of the Halkomelem word sásq'ets.[3][4][5]

    Scientists discount the existence of Bigfoot and consider it to be a combination of folklore, misidentification, and hoax,[6] rather than a living animal, because of the lack of physical evidence and the large numbers of creatures that would be necessary to maintain a breeding population.[7][8] Occasional new reports of sightings sustain a small group of self-described investigators.[9] Most reports of sightings are attributed to being various animals, particularly black bears.

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  63. Bigfoot
    From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
    "Sasquatch" redirects here. For other uses, see Sasquatch (disambiguation) and Bigfoot (disambiguation).
    Bigfoot
    Patterson–Gimlin film frame 352.jpg
    Frame 352 from 1967 Patterson–Gimlin film; some claim it shows a Bigfoot, and others a man in a gorilla suit.[1]
    Similar creatures Skunk Ape, Yeren, Yowie, Mande Barung, Orang Pendek, Yeti, Barmanou
    Other name(s) Sasquatch
    Country United States, Canada
    Region Pacific Northwest
    Habitat Mountains, forest

    Bigfoot (also known as Sasquatch) is the name given to a mythological simian,[2] ape, or hominid-like creature that is said to inhabit forests, mainly in the Pacific Northwest. In North American folklore, Bigfoot is usually described as a large, hairy, bipedal humanoid. The term sasquatch is an Anglicized derivative of the Halkomelem word sásq'ets.[3][4][5]

    Scientists discount the existence of Bigfoot and consider it to be a combination of folklore, misidentification, and hoax,[6] rather than a living animal, because of the lack of physical evidence and the large numbers of creatures that would be necessary to maintain a breeding population.[7][8] Occasional new reports of sightings sustain a small group of self-described investigators.[9] Most reports of sightings are attributed to being various animals, particularly black bears.

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  64. Bigfoot
    From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
    "Sasquatch" redirects here. For other uses, see Sasquatch (disambiguation) and Bigfoot (disambiguation).
    Bigfoot
    Patterson–Gimlin film frame 352.jpg
    Frame 352 from 1967 Patterson–Gimlin film; some claim it shows a Bigfoot, and others a man in a gorilla suit.[1]
    Similar creatures Skunk Ape, Yeren, Yowie, Mande Barung, Orang Pendek, Yeti, Barmanou
    Other name(s) Sasquatch
    Country United States, Canada
    Region Pacific Northwest
    Habitat Mountains, forest

    Bigfoot (also known as Sasquatch) is the name given to a mythological simian,[2] ape, or hominid-like creature that is said to inhabit forests, mainly in the Pacific Northwest. In North American folklore, Bigfoot is usually described as a large, hairy, bipedal humanoid. The term sasquatch is an Anglicized derivative of the Halkomelem word sásq'ets.[3][4][5]

    Scientists discount the existence of Bigfoot and consider it to be a combination of folklore, misidentification, and hoax,[6] rather than a living animal, because of the lack of physical evidence and the large numbers of creatures that would be necessary to maintain a breeding population.[7][8] Occasional new reports of sightings sustain a small group of self-described investigators.[9] Most reports of sightings are attributed to being various animals, particularly black bears.

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  65. Bigfoot
    From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
    "Sasquatch" redirects here. For other uses, see Sasquatch (disambiguation) and Bigfoot (disambiguation).
    Bigfoot
    Patterson–Gimlin film frame 352.jpg
    Frame 352 from 1967 Patterson–Gimlin film; some claim it shows a Bigfoot, and others a man in a gorilla suit.[1]
    Similar creatures Skunk Ape, Yeren, Yowie, Mande Barung, Orang Pendek, Yeti, Barmanou
    Other name(s) Sasquatch
    Country United States, Canada
    Region Pacific Northwest
    Habitat Mountains, forest

    Bigfoot (also known as Sasquatch) is the name given to a mythological simian,[2] ape, or hominid-like creature that is said to inhabit forests, mainly in the Pacific Northwest. In North American folklore, Bigfoot is usually described as a large, hairy, bipedal humanoid. The term sasquatch is an Anglicized derivative of the Halkomelem word sásq'ets.[3][4][5]

    Scientists discount the existence of Bigfoot and consider it to be a combination of folklore, misidentification, and hoax,[6] rather than a living animal, because of the lack of physical evidence and the large numbers of creatures that would be necessary to maintain a breeding population.[7][8] Occasional new reports of sightings sustain a small group of self-described investigators.[9] Most reports of sightings are attributed to being various animals, particularly black bears.

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  66. I've seen one, your wrong!, ha ha ha

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  67. Dermals that exceed decades and States with same species traits found 50 miles into wilderness areas. Unknown primate hair confirmed by primatologists & wildlife biologists... Multiple examples of it with species traits and morphological consistency means it cannot be hoaxed or from any known animal, found near tracks and sightings. Tracks are what wildlife biologists conduct much of their research on. Add a complex application of forensic scientific methods, a study of dermal ridges that outline a species then you at the very least, have 'something' that is undeniably leaving such a physical source. Pair this with sightings and the hair accumulation sometimes in the exact same instance, then that's as profound as you like. These two sources of evidence are accumulated and verified by professionals that have used the exact same scientific methods that have excelled them above the majority in their respected fields.

    Audio recordings that have become the subject of a year-long University of Wyoming-based engineering study to determine authenticity and the nature of the vocalizations relative to those of humans and other primates, with the results of that study being published concluding that the unusual vocalizations were primate in origin, and that at least one of the voices exceeded normal human ranges, that the vocalizations were spontaneous at the time of recording and that there was no evidence of pre-recording or re-recording at altered tape speed. These recordings were in turn analysed to have a complex language that's also been transcribed.

    When you have any level of physical and biological evidence to support whatever frequency of anecdotal evidence, then it might be news to wikepedia, but it is in fact unscientific to be reliant on a preconceived conclusion, to recline to a position that centres around not explaning adequately the data in question. Wikipedia's big 'nothing' would actually account for an accumilation of evidence like tracks & dermals, hair, scat, footage, archeological & anthropologocal studies, verified and published audio recordings with language, thousands of years of native culture, tens of thousands of eyewitnesses many of whom are multiple person. The frequency of sightings are exactly what one would expect from a highly social, highly evasive and largely nocturnal subject that bury their dead and have plenty of space to do so. The accumilation of tracks, hair, etc... May have turned into more definitive proof if mainstream science would have contributed by now.

    When you have people from walks of life like geologists, lawyers, teachers, police officers, historians, wildlife biologists, primatologists, anthropologists, doctors, psychiatrists, business owners, forensic specialists, forestry commissioners reporting the exact same thing from unprovoked and impartial circumstances you have an issue to deal with called credible consistency. More so when you put ocassions of mutiple eyewitness accounts where physical and biological evidence had been accumilated from the same site. When there is steady level of reports that span cultures, then mediums, then physical and biological evidence, then the reports by reliable professional people hold weight. The truth is that sheer frequency of professional people who are accustomed to decades worth of experience in wildlife and the wilderness account for much of the opinion and accounts to which from the basis of this field. Police officers for example, are trained in the art of observation and attention to detail.

    I really hope you don't rely on Wikipedia for your school projects.

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