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^Interesting that in the second photo, not the video, the trees and brush both fore and aft of the "Blobsquatch" are in reasonably sharp focus, but he's just a blurry blob. Seem fishy to you?
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^Interesting that in the second photo, not the video, the trees and brush both fore and aft of the "Blobsquatch" are in reasonably sharp focus, but he's just a blurry blob. Seem fishy to you?

It definitely does. The first one was huge. Easily faked, but that was not just some guy walking by.


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You need to invest in a photoshop class.
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You need to invest in a photoshop class.

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https://xkcd.com/1235/
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Young silverback isn't shy.
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^Why do you think that it is so much easier to habituate gorillas, which have suffered all kinds of persecution at the hands of humans, than BFs, who have suffered little to none--comparatively, anyway?
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Chinese tourists in BC
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^Why do you think that it is so much easier to habituate gorillas, which have suffered all kinds of persecution at the hands of humans, than BFs, who have suffered little to none--comparatively, anyway?

I suggest its because the species is naturally much more shy. I also suggest historical interactions with humans have taught BF to stay away.
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^Why do you think that it is so much easier to habituate gorillas, which have suffered all kinds of persecution at the hands of humans, than BFs, who have suffered little to none--comparatively, anyway?

Same reason it is easier to habituate gorillas than it is to habituate ghosts.
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Same reason it is easier to habituate gorillas than it is to habituate ghosts.

Its easier to habituate gorillas, ghosts and bigfoots than habituate Fang to this forum.
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^Why do you think that it is so much easier to habituate gorillas, which have suffered all kinds of persecution at the hands of humans, than BFs, who have suffered little to none--comparatively, anyway?

I suggest its because the species is naturally much more shy. I also suggest historical interactions with humans have taught BF to stay away.

It's truly remarkable how much is known about the natural history of an animal that has never been formally described, let alone studied in detail.
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^Why do you think that it is so much easier to habituate gorillas, which have suffered all kinds of persecution at the hands of humans, than BFs, who have suffered little to none--comparatively, anyway?

I suggest its because the species is naturally much more shy. I also suggest historical interactions with humans have taught BF to stay away.

It's truly remarkable how much is known about the natural history of an animal that has never been reliably sighted, formally described, let alone studied in detail.

FTFY
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reliably sighted

What constitutes a reliable sighting?

The snow leopard was first "sighted" in late 1700's, but it was not until 2006 where the first "reliable" film in the wild were taken. What exactly makes that a sighting over 200 years ago credible?
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The fakery is getting better. Now they are introducing vocalizations. Too bad the costume is shit.




Here is a breakdown of the last video I posted, I should have qualified it was an obvious fake because when you watch it, well its obviously fake.

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