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Search for Crypto Creatures Still Going On
Posted on Thursday, 19 February, 2004 |
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Researcher Charles Goldman is an expert on "Tessie," the deep sea creature that reportedly lives in Lake Tahoe.
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#1 Posted by
on 19 February, 2004, 13:35
Its good to know that people havent given up on looking for "Crypto" creatures. As far as Bigfoot goes, how do we know Bigfoot doesnt kill? Has any definative proof been found? Untill we have proof, we can only assume. Thats MY opinion anyway.
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on 19 February, 2004, 14:04
QUOTE As far as Bigfoot goes, how do we know Bigfoot doesnt kill?I have to agree with you there, i've heard quite the opposite in fact, many reports by investigators at the Bigfoot Field Researcher's Organisation mention evidence of these creatures killing wild animals such as deer in order to sustain themselves. I don't think it's accurate to state outright that Bigfoot does not kill.
#3 Posted by
on 20 February, 2004, 0:21
Even Bigfoot has to eat right?? For scientists to say Bigfoot was a strict Herbivore(Sp?) would be assuming a lot. My guess is that Bigfoots an Omnivore. He walks on two feet like humans so Im guessing its safe to say that he eats like humans too.
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