Paul has left a new comment on your post "Guest Editor-Blogger":
Richard is right on. Bigfoot must be very rare indeed. If they are living animals or primates, they get sick like everything does. Without some defense against medical problems they certainly would be near extinction.
That's why the show "Finding Bigfoot" cannot be taken for anything other than amusement. Moneymaker said on one of the episodes that thousands of them are running around the country. This cannot be taken serious. I do believe they are alive but only in some very remote forest and at a very low count.
They simply can't survive the cold wet snowing wind without eating a very large amount of high vitamin food witch is not available year around.
We know hard winters kill huge amounts of deer, elk and bear so it's a no brainer that sasquatch would be subject to death from harsh conditions.
Yet we still find no bones from them. That is the big question. Why don't we find one body part from bigfoot. We routinely find carcass of other dead animals.
Thank you for your comment, Paul. I believe, just me mind you, that bigfoot has been given all the protections, health etc., that he needs. Our creator knows what we need and what the animals need. How many there are? Who knows. Your guess is as good as the next.
Just something to think about. ... Linda Newton-Perry