Hi, I'm Emily! For the past 5 years, I have been studying Sasquatch, an unrecognized hominoid that inhabits not only the forests of North America, but the entire world. My goal is to study Sasquatch in the field, begin habitat conservation & educate you on the science behind this incredible species!
The majority of the scientific community denies the existence of Sasquatch, so we need all the help we can get! I am what you'd call, a Citizen Scientist, meaning, a member of the general public who collects and analyzes data. If you're interested in getting involved, follow along on my journey & work alongside me as we team up to discover this species! You can find me on social media & YouTube as theforestfleur.
Bigfoot is a large, bipedal ape species that has been seen in North America for centuries. Whether they are closer to human or other great ape species is perhaps the most significant debate in this field of study!
After close examination of hundreds of credible footprints, scientists have been clued in to why the creature walks the way it does. The mid-tarsal break is a feature of the print that occurs when the midfoot bends, causing the dirt or sand to lift up into a small mound in the middle of the footprint. Learn more about Bigfoot's anatomy on the evidence page!