posted on Oct, 31 2012 @ 03:16 PM
It would be silly to conclude that Bigfoot could not possibly exist because no animal fitting its description has yet been discovered, displayed in
zoos or museums or featured in National Geographic specials.
The annals of science are rife with examples of the discovery of species thought to either be extinct or mythical. An obvious example is the discovery
of gorillas, which were thought to be purely the product of native lore and superstition.
There ARE fossilized remains of animals that could actually be Bigfoot. A likely suspect is Gigantopithecus, thought to be long extinct.
The fact that no remains have been stumbled upon by hunters means little. You never find remains of bears, for example, largely because of predation.
At the same time, some of the eyewitness testimony has been pretty compelling, particularly among people who live in the Pacific Northwest and in
The dense forests of the northern United States, Canada and Alaska are huge and vast and largely unexplored.
I agree that Finding Bigfoot is a goofy program. This, however, has little bearing on whether Bigfoot exists.
I suspect that most of the cynics giving voice here have neglected to read anything about this subject, nor have they spent any time thinking
objectively about it.