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Originally posted by ahamarlin
reply to post by smyleegrl
Not for $10 million, Same reason why I never would shoot a person or a gorilla (or it would be self defense)
Not for science, not for money: I would never look myself straight in the eyes in the mirror again.
I would hunt it down relentless with a camera....still like the idea of earning $10 million.
reply to post by Druscilla
Pros for getting bigfoot confirmed and recognized: 1. Science recognizes it 2. Laws can be enacted to protect it 3. More land can be set aside and protected as habit 4. If it's a hominid as opposed to a primate, it may very well answer some interesting questions. 5. If it's a hominid, we might just have found someone new to talk to beyond apes, porpoises, and our pets.
Originally posted by maryhinge
Retracted first line stating your pros would bring on the cons after looking over it again your pros are meant in a good way so that they get protection ,but why kill it or even trap one.
If you got the chance to see one first hand would that not be good enough for you,
AND ABOVE ALL ELSE DONT TELL A SINGLE SOLE WHERE YOU SAW IT.
Why take a photo let alone kill the poor thing.
This is whats wrong with mankind in my eyes
kill it put it in a zoo
Dont get me wrong zoos are a good thing to save
endangered animals but lets face it they are only endangered
because of mankind.