Why No Bigfoot Bones and Bodies?

Neanderthals, Homo Habilis, and other relatives… Elves and Orcs, Trolls and Pixies…

Beyond Highbrow - Robert Lindsay

Warning: Long, runs to 50 pages. This is the classic argument for the nonexistence of Bigfoots, Yetis, Almas, Mawas, Yerens, Yowies, Orang Pendeks and other relict hominids. It’s a good argument as far as it goes. But what are the chances of finding a whole dead body of anything in the woods? Very slim. My friends found a dead bobcat once, but they had to scale a waterfall from a deep pool to do it. I’ve never found any dead anything in the woods. In regions where there is a huge deer population, you can find a few deer bones here and there.

You will certainly never find a whole skeleton or a whole dead deer unless it’s road-killed. Most animals are not discovered by finding a dead body or bones. They are found by shooting a specimen, which is then called a type specimen and is thereby known to…

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