posted on May, 17 2006 @ 02:52 AM
Undoubtably, at first glance these look like very compelling pictures. And I'll be honest, I'm not a professional. But, I have done quite a bit of
research on the saskwatch and have found that not everything is as it seems to be. If one will look closely at the pictures, there are some key
things that stick out.
1) The eyes: a little bit misshapen for something of an ape/gorilla desent. Not saying the eyes couldn't be like that, but it is unusual. Also, if
you look at pictures of an ape/gorilla you will find that there is an arch over the eye often so large it cast a shadow over the eyes during the day.
In both pictures the arch is hardly less than there.
2) The ears: again, look at any picture of any type of a "monkey" relative and one will also notice that at whichever angle the ears are almost
always visible, even if they have longer hair than usual. Which brings me to my next suggestion:
3) The hair: again, Saskwatch is suppossed to be of an ape/gorrilla desent. The hair is unusually long for this "Saskwatch."
4) The hump over it's back: notice the huge hump on the back and also notice it does not seem to connect to the shoulder blades. The hump is well
above where the shoulder blades are attached. Also, as the hump ends towards the bottom, the end of the spinal cord, it does not look as if it
matches where the legs begin.
5) The arms: in the second picture, the arms are undoubtably longer than the legs, which is off. The arms/legs should have a 34/40 ratio.
6) The teeth: look a little off in the second picture. Abnormally enlarged, but not saying it couldn't happen.
7) Last but not least, the reaction of the animal: by looking at the eyes, one can tell the person used a flash. The animal should have known that
something was not right. Being an animal that tends to stay out of the public eye, the fact that it did not go into defense mode, beating it's arms
against it's chest, or take off is very unusual.
Here is just some things to think about. If these are real pictures, that's awesome, especially since it's not what we would come to expect. I am
new here, and don't want to make anyone mad that I posted this. I just want people to question information that we aquire to test our knowledge,
which is what this website is about.