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However, several colors have been reported such as dark brown, reddish brown, light brown, gray, and in rare instances, white. Most sightings have reported that the hair on Sasquatch is quite wiry and appears to be matted to the creature. Sasquatches are foragers. A few cases to support this statement are that they have been seen washing and eating wild onions in a stream. Crouching over a water hole washing edible grass roots. There were two piles, one washed and the other unwashed. Walking through a forested area stripping spruce buds off the trees and eating the seeds. It would also pull down branches to eat the buds.
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Head lights of a car caught a Sasquatch eating apples in front of a house. Many trees had the fruit stripped off higher than a human could reach. Stealing corn and turnips from a vegetable garden, chickens and turkeys also missing. A bedding area was found in an abandoned mine shaft, there were many brussel sprout stalks were found near the entrance. A thousand 16 inch tracks were found, they showed a Sasquatch stripping the bark from trees to look for insects. Two deer hunters witnessed two dark brown Sasquatches 7 to 9 feet tall reaching down under rocks to find insects and worms.
Two Sasquatches in a creek turning over rocks and eating something, possibly insects or small fish. A witnessed an animal digging up clams on the shore. They shot at it thinking it was a bear it stood up, screamed and ran away on two legs. Twenty people on two commercial fishing boats approached the shore, a Sasquatch on a mud flat stood up and ran away. They checked the spot where the creature stood and realized it was digging clams. Two adults and one juvenile witnessed digging up hibernating ground squirrels and feeding on them. Scavenging on road kill.
How long have they been around? | Notes: Over the last two hundred years there have been thousands of reported sightings of Sasquatch and Possibly thousands of unreported sightings as well. Hundreds of footprints have been found and cast all over North America. Wide shoulders and a deep chest.
Arms are longer than legs and hang down below the knee. Short thick neck or the appearance of no neck. This is due to the fact that the spine connects to the back of the skull and the Trapezius muscles are more developed. Pointed head, a unique anatomical characteristic of the Gorilla. This is attributed in the adult male to a prominent sagittal crest overlaid with a pad of fibro fatty tissue. This characteristic is less pronounced in females and smaller bodied adult males. Extreme muscularity. Broad, flat face. Jaw that protrudes beyond the nose.
This anatomical feature (prognathism) is distinctly ape-like. Prognathism is due to the need for large jaws and teeth for mastication. Brow-ridges, above the eyes is a huge shelf of bone. Hair color is most often described as light brown, dark brown or black. Other colors that have been reported are grey, light, white, silver-tipped, and red to reddish-brown. Hair length is longer on the head, shoulders, and arms, than anywhere else on the body. Hair distribution, body is completely hair covered except for patches of bare black skin on the face, chest, soles of feet, and palms of hands.