Well, duh. He's been seen in, like, ALL those forests no one really goes to. Ya know, camping and stuff. He likes eating a lot so make sure you've got food before he goes for you. We were real good pals.
Yes indeed - most likely giganthopithacus or homohydlebringezes, and I go big footing two times a year , mostly camping and hiking on the Appalachian trail . And I have not seen one with my eyes, however , I take good recording equipment And have many good sounds- It does exist , just good at hiding from us.