Can a huge humanoid like that have a realistic chance of survival without being provably documented? Or is this just bunk?
Cryptozoology is fascinating. And we have no doubt that “Bigfoot” – or any other mysterious animal of this kind, humanoid or otherwise – is just one of many examples of species we are yet to uncover. But the real question here is whether a human-like, upright creature that has allegedly been seen by thousands of people actually exists, or if it is just another piece of sensationalist folklore.
- Much of the evidence we’ve studied is inconclusive. But we have seen some research which is scientifically sound and, in my view, non-controversial.
- The very notion of a large primate which somehow could have eluded our scrutiny for all these years seems to be unlikely at first glance, until you realize where the majority of sightings come from: vast – enormous – unexplored (or poorly explored), inaccessible forests, mountains or jungles. It’s enough to have a look at a map to understand that we simply don’t know MOST of what’s in there. So… why not a big humanoid?
- The quality of witnesses and researchers in this field is actually quite good. While the popular press and media tend to focus on semi-educated hicks or some otherwise “suspect” amateurs claiming to have seen the thing, there are literally hundreds of world-class experts who lend real credence to this topic.
I’m largely in favor of Bigfoot being real rather than imagined! So, I’ll answer YES with a 90% certainty.