posted on Jul, 13 2014 @ 10:51 PM
I completely agree that this is a hoax. However, I hate seeing that some people make generalizations about something they know nothing about. IF a
bigfoot ever would attack a stationary camera set up in the woods, there are those who automatically assume the following: bigfoot, a wild animal,
would have to know exactly what the camera was for, and therefore it acts accordingly and destroys the camera so it will discontinue its spying
operations. Extremely unlikely. A semi-intelligent animal like bigfoot would know immediately that such an object was not natural, and would associate
it with humans. That is a much more plausible reason for destroying a camera in my opinion. Another assumption that is made is that bigfoot is like
the majority of animals as far as intelligence, which the anecdotal evidence does not support. It supports an animal that is more intelligent than any
other non-human, terrestrial mammal.
It stands to reason that such a large animal would have to possess some form of high intelligence to outwit human discovery of its species for the
entire duration of the scientific disciplines. Although it is a failure of science moreso than a superb ability at remaining undetected on the part of
these animals, seeing as how they are seen relatively frequently.