Tuesday, May 2, 2017

About Bigfoot

Bigfoot, also known as Sasquatch, is an ape-like creature of American folklore that is said to live in forests or in the mountains. Bigfoot is described as a large, hairy creature that walks on two legs, just like a person. There have been Bigfoot sightings for hundreds of years.

Bigfoot is known by other names too. Sasquatch is the name the Indians gave Bigfoot. The name sasquatch comes from the Native American word sesquac, meaning "wild man". In other countries, like Tibet, he is known as Yeti, or The Abominable Snowman.

Bigfoot doesn't hurt people. He is shy and doesn't like getting close to people. He doesn't like his photo taken. Bigfoot researchers say Bigfoot eats nuts, berries, fish and deer. He's anywhere from six to ten feet tall and can weigh up to 500 pounds.

Most scientists don't believe Bigfoot is real, and consider him to be a combination of folklore, myth, and hoax rather than a real creature. This is because of a lack of physical evidence. Sightings are thought to be other animals, such as black bears.

Do you think Bigfoot is real? Can such a creature exist in today's world? Is there a hairy, wild man alive and running through the woods? Or is it just a story and legend? Investigate, read more, become a reading ninja, and decide for yourself.


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