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For centuries, people have reportedly seen a mythical primate-like animal in the woods of North America. It looks like a strange, large ape-like figure.
This possibly fictitious animal goes by many different names - Bigfoot, Sasquatch, Yowie, Skunk Ape, and Yayali.
Bigfoot was a common nickname for unusually large, aggressive grizzly bears who ate cattle, sheep and attacked people.
Grover Krantz, a professor of physical anthropology at Washington State University also believed in Sasquatch. He was ridiculed for his conviction.
During and after his death, the search for Bigfoot took on a life of its own. More sightings, films, and books emerged. Documentaries captured the public's imagination. However, there is a lack of evidence. Without a body (or skeleton), it's hard to convince others.
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