posted on Sep, 6 2018 @ 09:47 AM
I think it is possible, but a few things stand out as to why one may not exist...
1) Given all the modern tech (particularly HD cameras, FLIR, etc) and the encroachment of man into practically every part of the country (even
supposedly rural areas), it does not seem logical that solid evidence has not been found if one really did exist. I mean we can get cell phone / cctv
footage of damn near every event nowadays, but for some reason anytime someone films a bigfoot, it is always with done with a 1 megapixel nokia phone
2) It is difficult for large animals to stay hidden. Even elusive animals like cougars are seen out in the deep wilderness from time to time. I
just have a hard time believing we don't have solid evidence of bigfoot given all the supposed encounters. Out of all the thousands of sighting, not
one was every shot and killed. Doesn't make logical sense.
Back in the day, people didn't believe the stories of gorillas since all we could go on was word of mouth but they were eventually found in deep
3) Large animals still need to mate and eat. This makes it even more difficult to stay hidden. If Bigfoots are so elusive, then how do they find
For those who think new animals are found all the time, the last "large mammal" discovered was in 2010 and it was mongoose. It took 35 years.
However, even this mongoose was known but the samples were mislabeled.
First mammal discovered in 35 years