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Thursday, April 12, 2012

Guest Editor-Blogger


Rich Soddert has left a new comment on your post "Guest Editor-Blogger":


I've been wondering for years now just how the bigfoot can find food in the winter. It seems it would take a enormous amount of food to sustain one bigfoot each day. As a hunter familiar with Oregon I can't see where they might get it between November and June.

Also another bothersome question is why we don't find a sick bigfoot down on the ground too weak to move from lack of vitamins and such. Apes need a sustained balanced diet along with humans so why would bigfoot be different. Also the illness part of it. If bigfoot is out there he/she gets sick with virus and things that need medical attention. Without medical help the kill rate would be over 60% of them from natural illness alone.Put in the varieties of pneumonia and chronic illness it goes to 90%.

I can't believe anything other than if they are out there they are extremely rare only numbering in the range of less than a hundred.

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Thank you for the great comment. You bring up some excellent points. ... Linda Newton-Perry




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