Well , I'm a huge believer in Bigfoot He/she could be Giganthopithacus Or homohydlebregensis Both could had survived - And the story didn't come from anywhere , it's always been , I have done my own investigations And if you believe , there are many Places to look, via Internet, Hiking , backpacking , I go 2 times a year on week long Hikes , to see for myself -
4 months ago
Last edited at 2:37PM on 8/31/2013
Genesis 1:34 God created a giant, half man and half beast, whom He sent into the wilderness. "Thou art Sasquatch," quoth He. "Thou shalt live in the secret places of the forests, and shall be forever a mystery."
So the Sasquatch (Hebrew for super-sized) left the Garden and made its way through the frozen wastes of Gog and Magog before crossing the landbridge to the vibrant new world that Cristobal Colon would eventually visit.
Today this shy creature lives in the misty woodlands of Canada and Washington but has been reported as far east as Minnesota.
The Old Testament has many references to Giants. These were also Sasquatch and, being indiscriminately libidinous creatures, they multiplied rapidly. Luckily they were easily defeated by small boys with slingshots, as the tale of David Stonechucker attests, but those who escaped to the New Land survive still.
Should you ever see a Sasquatch, you should run for your life. That display of jagged teeth and the glint in its eye may be a warning of anger but, much more frightening, it may be affection; and you don?t EVER want to be caught by an amorous Bigfoot.
4 months ago
Last edited at 3:10PM on 8/31/2013
Well I would refer to Dodgy's answer but add that they are actually found all over the mountains and forests of the Pacific Northwest. In California we even have museums dedicated to these mysterious hairy creatures.
He also did not tell you their only terrors....the three-toed sloth and the emu (which is why they are not found in Australia)! They are absolutely terrified by these slow moving beasts..........so remember...when going for a walk in the forests of the Pacific Northwest, bring along your very own three-toed sloth (or emu which are really mean) or protection.....