Sasquatch F.A.Q.

Sasquatch Frequently Asked Questions

I’m sure there are many questions people have about the sasquatch. I have polled many people over the last couple of weeks and asked them what questions come to mind when they hear the word sasquatch. If you have any questions contact me and I will do my best to answer your question, and add it to the page.

What exactly is a sasquatch?

An alleged bipedal primate (walks on two legs)anywhere from 6 to 10 feet tall and weighing in as much as 800 pounds, living in the forests of the world.

Did they come from anywhere?

There are many theories, but the one which seems to make the most sense is the ice bridge theory. Approximately 500 000 years ago a creature named Gigantopithecus Blackie roamed the lands of Asia. This creature was larger than our sasquatch and was beleived to be an ancestor. During one of the ice ages it is thought that this creature crossed from Asia over into North America on the frozen Bering Strait. There is information of my Gigantopithecus link on the main page.

So where are they?

The sasquatch is most commonly sighted in British Columbia, Alberta and Manitoba. Northern Saskatchewan and North-West ontario have a small handful of sightings also. In the U.S. (where it is known as ‘bigfoot’)the Pacific North-west and deep south are home to the beast. These are the most common places they are seen, but they are found in the forests all over the world. There are literally hundreds of reports from witnesses around the globe annually.

How many are there?

Unfortunately nobody can answer this question accurately. Populations of known animals are based on bio-statistical hypothesis formulas. These numbers at best are representative only and to try to calculate a sasquatch population would be would be next to impossible.

more questions and answers to come.