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Transcript of Bigfoot Presentation
real or fake? Bigfoot and the abominable snowman or Yeti are both the same thing. The Bigfoot or Yeti are believed to be a descendant
or a relative of an ancient gargantuan primate called a gigantopithecis that lived 100,000 years ago. They came to both Asia and North America by a land bridge. What is Bigfoot?
Bigfoot is a large hairy humanoid creature
said to live in the wilderness areas in Canada
and the United States. Bigfoot sightings happen mostly on the North American continent but they have been sighted
over the world. This map is a current one for 2012
and the red is bigfoot sightings. Lots of people believe in Bigfoot but many
people don't. There are many ways someone could fake a Bigfoot
sighting. One could use a ghillie suit (like the one below) to fake a Bigfoot video. Also, someone could mistake a bear for a Sasquatch. There is some evidence though that may be real. This is a picture of a supposed Bigfoot sighting in North Western PA. We found this interview on http://www.bigfootencounters.com/.
This interview is between a forensic
analyst and Josh Gates, an explorer, photographer
and television personality. Although eyewitness accounts are not usually reliable, some may be.
http://www.bfro.net/GDB/show_report.asp?id=36326 Our sources for the information and pictures were...
1) "The Bigfoot-Giganto Theory." The Bigfoot-Giganto Theory. N.p., n.d. Web. 18 Nov. 2012. <http://www.bfro.net/ref/theories/mjm/whatrtha.asp>.
2)Answers.com. Answers, n.d. Web. 18 Nov. 2012. <http://www.answers.com/topic/bigfoot>.
We found our pictures on Google images.