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Big Foot Yeti and Sasquatch Introduction Big Foot Yeti and Sasquatch are all mythical giant apes not know to be real or fake The giant animal stands seven to nine feet tall and weighs between 600 and 900 pounds The United States Big Foot ranges all over throughout the Northwestern part of the US The Yeti is a giant ape thought to dwell the areas around the Himalayas at a town called Katmandu by Mount Everest And finally the Sasquatch is the giant ape thought to roam throughout Canada These three creatures are all basically the same mythical creature for the exceptance of being in separate areas of the Earth There is little known information on these animals but there have been many sighting Through that scientist are frequently getting information on Big Foot and sighting daily This increases there knowledge of this hidden phenomenon Scientific Evidence on Big foot Footprints are one of the few pieces or hard scientific evidence that tells scientist that there must be a Big foot out there says Scientist Roger Patterson Footprints are really the only hard evidence of Big foot because photographs can be staged faked or hoaxed A real footprint would match all the other reports of big foot prints Since most of the Big foot imprints are usually the same size they cannot be just simply staged That is why there are many cryptozoologic scientists that believe that big foot is definitely not false In a effort to prove that big foot is in fact real many experts continue to try to find hard solid scientific evidence to prove the theory of the big foot legend Sightings of Big foot Sasquatch and Yeti Although there have been many many big foot sightings most of them are not actually real at all but there are the exceptional few that are said to be true People have been reporting Big foot sighting in the US and
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