This is an image extracted from the famous Patterson-Gimlin film shot in the 70's at Bluff Creek, northern California. At first, it may appear fuzzy, or even fake. But a closer examination reveals the creature's large breasts that hang down, along with the ratio of arm to leg. The creatures arms reach it's knees, which is not present in the human structure. The creature also turns it's head in a way that is not possible for human recreation, as it's entire torso moves with it's head. Scientists have broken down the entire film using computer technology only to discover that when a human walks, their knees must straighten after they bend. The subject in the film does not produce such movements, proving that the figure could not possibly be a human. This, along with the casted footprints following the film, only validate it more. The footprints casted showed unique lines and swirls, just like on a human palm or foot. Except, these tracks were much larger at 15 inches. I believe that bigfoot is a primitive species of human, similar to a Neanderthal. What do you think?
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