Bigfoot may look like a huge ape or humanoid covered with dark fur. It walks upright and may have a sagittal crest like that found on a silverback gorilla.Continue Reading
The size of Bigfoot's footprints give the creature its most familiar name; it is known by the name of Sasquatch, which comes from a Native American word. According to witnesses, the footprints can be up to 2 feet long and 8 inches wide. Unlike human footprints, they have no arch, but the heel seems to have a double ball feature. This feature might help support the great size and weight of the creature.
People who claim to have seen Bigfoot describe it as being between 6 1/2 and nearly 10 feet tall. It appears to weigh between 500 and 900 pounds. The creature seems to be prevalent in the Pacific Northwest, but a good number of sightings have also occurred as far east as Florida. The strong, sulfurous smell some people have noticed coming from the animal have given it the name "Skunk Ape" in the southeastern region of the country. Some people believe Bigfoot is an herbivore and eats only plant material, while others believe it's an omnivore, like a human, and that it eats both plants and animals.Learn more about Paranormal
Some interesting facts about Bigfoot are that it is also known as Sasquatch, it may be up to 10 feet tall and it may weigh more than 500 lbs. Bigfoot is a large apelike creature that has had reported sightings throughout the world, including the Pacific Northwest.Full Answer >
OregonBigfoot.com and RealBigfootPhotos.com are good resources for photographs of Bigfoot. These sites feature comprehensive photo galleries that display photos of Bigfoot that Bigfoot enthusiasts believe to be hoaxes, as well as photos that they believe are real or possibly real.Full Answer >
There are video footage and eyewitness accounts of Bigfoot sightings available as of 2010. A 2015 video taken in Turner, Maine depicts the image of an unknown bipedal mammal. Eyewitness reports were given by deer hunters in 2010 in Hugo, Oregon, and in 2011 in Hocking County, Ohio.Full Answer >
As of 2015, mainstream science does not accept any existing evidence as proof of the existence of the legendary creature Bigfoot. Alleged eyewitness testimony is not reproducible or falsifiable and so does not qualify as scientific evidence.Full Answer >