Can you guess how many Bigfoots there are in North America?
There are many ways to determine how squatchy a location is and one of them is based on the black bear population estimates. The BFRO method is to take the black bear population in an area and divide it by 68 and that should give you a estimate of the Bigfoot population. Or in other words, for each Bigfoot, there are at least 68 bears. Whether or not this is an accurate way of measuring the population, it's anybody's guess. Bigfootology founder, Rhettman Mullis says it's impossible to estimate the population, but suggests this figure to the LatinPost:
"It is impossible to estimate how many of these creatures live in the world, but I would say that just in North America there may be about 100,000 of them," said the psychologist.