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Researcher finds ‘Bigfoot trail’

Posted on Thursday, 23 February, 2006 | Comment icon 8 comments | News tip by: Sharm


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"A bio-researcher was startled to find two heaps of uprooted plants, 100m apart, in a secondary forest near Kampung Lukut China in Kota Tinggi."

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Comment icon #1 Posted by Rykster on 23 February, 2006, 13:28
Perhaps bigfoot is more human than we give him credit for. Perhaps they are deforesting to plant crops. Some day soon, we may see a group of bigfeet out in the fields with straw hats, tilling their veggies...
Comment icon #2 Posted by ZeroShadow on 23 February, 2006, 13:33
Where exactly would big foot fit in evolution? O.o I guess it's discovery can either validate evolution even more, or make it less valid. It's an odd creature.
Comment icon #3 Posted by Sharm on 23 February, 2006, 13:43
Here's the picture of the cast: The article containing this picture can be read at: http://www.thesundaily.com/article.cfm?id=13086 Is that a normal size for a Bigfoot print?
Comment icon #4 Posted by ZeroShadow on 23 February, 2006, 13:47
That's.... a retarded looking foot.
Comment icon #5 Posted by Sharm on 23 February, 2006, 13:55
Here's another news from a local newspaper. It's hard to believe! What do you think? Bigfoot In Johor Believed To Be From Perak By Mohd Haikal Isa JOHOR BAHARU, Feb 22 (Bernama) -- A colony of "Bigfoot" believed to be roaming the jungles of Johor is said to have moved there from the jungles around Gerik in Perak, according to a source. The source said the colony, now numbering about 40, had originated as a group of 17 and had moved away due to three main reasons -- the skirmishes between soldiers and communist guerrillas in the early 70s, construction of the East-West Highway and the building ... [More]
Comment icon #6 Posted by Unpro on 24 February, 2006, 2:07
Bigfoot In Johor Believed To Be From Perak yeah, right. They took the bus isn't it? Or hitch hikes lorries (they can't fit into cars, obviously) I think the people who uprooted the plants are Indonesians immigrant, on the loose somewhere in the Johor forest, running away from the police or something. They are pretty strong labour workers.
Comment icon #7 Posted by BigfootForever on 24 February, 2006, 23:21
that news talks about someone who knows the reasons they moved to a new forest and that some of the members left and started new groups. lol, if they know so much than why havn't they taken a picture or killed one or something.
Comment icon #8 Posted by apiraymond on 26 February, 2006, 0:35
I think they are uprooted by wild pigs for building their nests. Another alternative is sun bears looking for insects at the roots. Read http://www.moblog.com.sg/blog/api for details


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