posted on Apr, 7 2014 @ 11:05 PM
They definitely exist, however it has yet to be determined whether the white sasquatch are actually albino, or just white. I think a light grey color
would be more common, especially as the animal ages if the hair greys with age, although some definitely are white. Many people think of the yeti over
in the Himalayas as always being white, but the truth is likely that they are most often brownish in color, just like here in North America. In fact,
most bigfoot sightings throughout the Asian countries tell of darker sasquatch, at least most of the encounters I have read about.
There are multiple eyewitness reports in the states that tell of strictly white sasquatch. I personally feel that this coloration will make their
lives much more difficult, as their predatory tactics likely revolve mainly around concealment and camouflage. Not being able to blend into their
environment as easily could result in more white sasquatch dying of starvation, lol. Maybe it isn't that bad, but surely it hurts their ability to
blend in with the forest. Except during winter, but I suspect that sasquatch are fairly inactive during the winter months. Of course they are active
to some extent, as the evidence does not suggest they hibernate or anything, although they may subsist on less calories, and thus lose a lot of weight
during these months.
Also, an older animal will be more likely to die during these months in my opinion, because their bodies will not be as able to face the stresses
brought on by smaller and fewer portions of food, extreme weather, etc...Older-looking sasquatch are definitely seen on occasion, but not that often,
at least not in most of the reports that I can recall at the moment. It is very difficult to keep all of the reports straight in one's mind,
considering there are thousands and thousands of them, but it does help that so many of them are in agreement regarding the physical characteristics
of the animals.