Sunday, March 5, 2017

Preparing for your own Bigfoot expedition!

Ready, Set; Squatch! So you've decided to set out and find bigfoot for yourself. This puts you in excellent company. Smart, adventurous people from around the world have been seeking proof of bigfoot for ages, turning up all sorts of tantalizing and fascinating clues in the woods, in swamps, and atop the world's highest mountains.

Over the years they've cataloged footprints, hair samples, and handprints. They've stolen bones, studied curiously mangled deer, and pored over audio recordings of mysterious shrieking animals.

What hasn't been found, though, is definitive proof: a bigfoot skeleton or a living specimen. 

But that doesn't mean you won't be the one to make history. The famous French biologist Baron Georges Cuvier was completely wrong in 1852 when he said, "There is little hope of discovering new species" of large animals. At that time, Westerners thought gorillas were mythical crea-tures. We know today these species are as real as peanut butter sandwiches, a food bigfoot would probably like, given the creature's apparent fondness for peanut butter. (Various bigfoot researchers have left peanut butter products and entire jars of the spread as bait, according to Matt

Moneymaker. One bigfoot seeker even left out a Zagnut bar and it disappeared at the same time a thermal camera recorded a sasquatch-shaped figure swiping the treat from a stump, much to the excitement of bigfoot fans. Could Zagnut be a sasquatch's favorite candy bar? Maybe!) 

At any rate, new species are discovered all the time—maybe even someday by you. 

If you are going to find a bigfoot, you have to be smart about it. You have to know what to bring, where to look, and how to gather your evidence. Also? Getting a parent's approval is essential. But don't worry. We've got you covered.

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