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originally posted by: grey580
a reply to: Asktheanimals
You make a good point.
The last time some new carnivorous mammal species was discovered for the first time in 35 years was the olinguito.
However if something is really good at hiding and doesn't want to be found. Would we find it?
Wrong, wrong, wrong. Did I mention, you're wrong? news.nationalgeographic.com...
originally posted by: Asktheanimals
While there isn't an unknown species of squirrel, chipmunk or mouse in all of North America that scientists don't know about how is it possible something as large as bigfoot could go undetected? I just cant buy it. Anonymous sources make good stories and that's about it. The vast majority of sightings I would chock up to general ignorance of sounds and signs in the woods.
Why would squads of special soldiers be on site to help these creatures but allow a group of national guard to tag along?
Good read anyway.
originally posted by: gort51
a reply to: Natas0114
Exactly, what many people have been saying.
There are 6+ Billion people on Earth, and countless more over the past million years......
So how many Human skeletons have people seen just laying around in the wild?
Yes we have a burial ceremony culture....whats to say another unknown higher primate also has a burial or some such, culture?
And lives in hidden caves and underground, as we live in huts and homes.
Even Humans lived in caves all around this planet, at various periods.
If "Bigfoot" doesn't want to be found, then it will be VERY difficult for us to find them (as with any other intelligent creature that may be on Earth).