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#3240021 - 03/29/20 08:30 PM Re: Bigfoot [Re: pyscodog]
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Gigantopithecus...Done
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#3240024 - 03/29/20 08:43 PM Re: Bigfoot [Re: pyscodog]
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No one is saying anyone has to believe in Big Foot. It doesn't matter! But I bet anyone who has spent enough time in the woods at night has heard or seen something that made chills run down your back and made you wonder what the bleep was that. I know I've heard sounds late at night when camping that made me go in the camper and call it a day. Didn't know what it was and hoped it stay where it was at.
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#3240026 - 03/29/20 08:45 PM Re: Bigfoot [Re: pyscodog]
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Screech owls have put the willies in a lot of folks. I got called out when some folks were sure some women was getting tortured out in the woods, just and owl.


Minnesota Iceman

https://northernwilds.com/minnesota-iceman/

There were reports of another iceman remains that were stored at the U of M and were lost during WW-II.


Edited by AWS (03/29/20 08:51 PM)
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#3240028 - 03/29/20 08:54 PM Re: Bigfoot [Re: pyscodog]
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A bunch of what we "know" is a wild-[beeep]-guess by one or two who knows who scientists, "knowledge" that has stood as facts have been turned on its head with one simple discovery throughout history.

What has me scratching my head a little about discovery and how we know an animal is here or was here with many animals, dinosaurs included is just how certain they are and what evidence they've found. For example a completelty excepted member of the monkey family is known to have walked the earth called gigantopithicus and went extinct only 100,000 years ago, humans met them and the monkeys dwarfed them. They know all this from a couple lower jaws and teeth.

Everything about this animal is known to science INCLUDING the extinction date by a handful of teeth, give me a break. No leg bones, no arm bone, no ribs or spinal cord and NO SKULL but a scientist will tell you all about it and when the last one died, I'm not buying it. Not that I'm sure gigantopithicus has anything to do with bigfoot but gigantopithicus walked with humans and is completely accepted and recognized by a couple teeth only and they were recognized as a very recent species, what says a few of them or cousins of them didnt survive.

Gigantopithicus https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gigantopithecus_blacki

With evidence of dinosaurs found it needs to be put into perspective that dinosaurs walked the earth for millions upon millions of years and comparatively few have been found. Think how many species of animals has walked, flown or swam this planet, gone extinct and never been found, there must be more unknown extinct species than known extinct species. Did these creatures not exist because we havent found evidence?

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#3240030 - 03/29/20 09:10 PM Re: Bigfoot [Re: GRIZZLYONE]
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Originally Posted By: GRIZZLYONE
I'm from West Virginia... Go out and get some fresh air...Done... Claire McCaskill?


Gag... That was downright mean. [beeep] STL & KC voters. We country folks did eventually out vote the Yankee crowd in the big cities. Josh Hawley seems to be doing things right.
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#3240038 - 03/29/20 10:42 PM Re: Bigfoot [Re: GRIZZLYONE]
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Originally Posted By: GRIZZLYONE
Gigantopithecus...Done


Done what?
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#3240077 - 03/30/20 11:32 AM Re: Bigfoot [Re: pyscodog]
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I think this is a pretty good video. Clear, of course not, but it's some of the best video I've seen especially with the work the youtuber goes into with measurement and zooming in and replaying certain portions of the video in slow motion.

[video:youtube]https://youtu.be/RcZf1SDwkj0[/video]



Edited by Rock Knocker (03/30/20 11:33 AM)

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#3240093 - 03/30/20 12:54 PM Re: Bigfoot [Re: pyscodog]
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i once killed a bigfoot.

the government paid me very well to bury it far out in the prairie.

yep.

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#3240097 - 03/30/20 01:19 PM Re: Bigfoot [Re: pyscodog]
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I caught him in my garage once...
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#3240202 - 03/31/20 11:54 AM Re: Bigfoot [Re: pyscodog]
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While fishing with my father and uncle on Bulwagga Bay on Lake Champlain we spotted Champ swimming near our boat. That was in 1964 or 65, if my memory serves me.


https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Champ_(folklore)
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#3240221 - 03/31/20 03:16 PM Re: Bigfoot [Re: pyscodog]
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A chimp?
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#3240223 - 03/31/20 03:36 PM Re: Bigfoot [Re: GRIZZLYONE]
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Originally Posted By: GRIZZLYONE
A champ?


Yup!
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#3240228 - 03/31/20 04:34 PM Re: Bigfoot [Re: ADK]
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Originally Posted By: ADK
While fishing with my father and uncle on Bulwagga Bay on Lake Champlain we spotted Champ swimming near our boat. That was in 1964 or 65, if my memory serves me.


https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Champ_(folklore)


Link doesn't work...
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#3240236 - 03/31/20 06:01 PM Re: Bigfoot [Re: pyscodog]
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Chimp I says...
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#3240237 - 03/31/20 06:05 PM Re: Bigfoot [Re: pyscodog]
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Thanks GC, I can't copy and paste hyper links for some reason. Anyway,the following is from Wikipedia and the Lake Champlain Heritage Foundation.

The indigenous people that have long lived and hunted near Lake Champlain, the Abenaki and the Iroquois, have their own legends about a large creature inhabiting the lake, which looked like a large, horned serpent or giant snake. The Abenaki term for this creature is Gitaskog. Early in the 18th century, Abenakis warned French explorers about disturbing the waters of the lake, so as not to disturb the serpent. Samuel de Champlain, whom the lake is named after, is often erroneously credited with being the first European to sight Champ, but readings of his accounts show that he saw something near the St. Lawrence River. Nevertheless, his account of his sighting is of interest to anyone with an interest in lake monsters!

Champlain described what he saw like this: ". . . [T]here is also a great abundance of many species of fish. Amongst others there is one called by the natives Chaousarou, which is of various lengths; but the largest of them, as these tribes have told me, are from eight to ten feet long. I have seen some five feet long, which were as big as my thigh, and had a head as large as my two fists, with a snout two feet and a half long, and a double row of very sharp, dangerous teeth. Its body has a good deal the shape of the pike; but it is protected by scales of a silvery gray color and so strong that a dagger could not pierce them."

Historians think Champ is probably a garfish, a class that includes lake sturgeon, which still live in Lake Champlain today. Champlain's description of the creature sounds very much like a garfish, albeit much larger than usual.

https://www.lakechamplainregion.com/heritage/champ


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In American folklore, Champ is the name of a lake monster said to live in Lake Champlain, a 125-mile (201 km)-long body of fresh water shared by New York and Vermont, with a portion extending into Quebec, Canada.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Champ_(folklore)
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