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 Apes & sasquatch - Hominidae

Here is a chart of sasquatch sightings in the North America. So if you're planning a sasquatch expedition, I'd say you're best shot is Oregon or Washington, more preferably in a remote area.

 The sasquatch - Magnuspes pilovir

The North American sasquatch has for centuries been among the world's greatest cryptozoological mysteries. But thanks to months of tireless research, we at the Cryptid Bestiary believe that we have worked it out, right down to the skeletal structure.

Appearance: Like a very tall human, exceptionally muscular, covered in hair, and usually bearing an unpleasant odor.

Size: Adult males can reach up to 8 1/2 feet at maturity, females usually only growing between 7 and 8.

Color: Colors vary from dark black, grey, brown, red-brown, and even dark green (likely from algae on the fur)!

Sociality: Usually seen alone, however studies reveal they may live in families of 2 to 6 members.

Defenses: Exceptionally powerful arms, throwing rocks and sticks, threatening scream.

Range: Ranges from central and southern Canada down to the northern and central U.S.A..

Habitat: Forest.

Lair: Nest of twigs, or cave.

Diet: Berries, leaves, fruit, roots, weeds, and will scavenge off of dead animals.

Close relatives: Great apes such as gorilla and chimpanzees, humans, and Gigantopithecus, however some inaccurate reports claim it is part bear.

How to find it: Sit in the woods for a few hours with a camera and wait for one to appear (however it is more likely it will see you, than you will see it).

Danger Level: Low to medium (some reports have described angered sasquatch, therefore increasing their danger level).

Commonly asked questions:

Q - "I thought there was only one!"

A - "Okay, what species do you know of where there's only one!"

Q - "If sasquatch exisits, then why haven't we found a body?"

A - "In the areas where sasquatch are known to live, the environment and scavengers would despose of the carcass faster than I think most people would find it."

The yeti - Montisvir  monsmontivir

The yeti is rarer than other types of sasquatch, as many die as infants in the intense cold. However, those that do survive to adulthood become a 850 lb., 8 foot tall primate with the power to toss a car.

Appearance: Mostly the same as a sasquatch, however the yeti tands to be white in order to blend into the snow.

Size: Adult males reach 88 inches at maturity, two inches shorter than a sasquatch, and females reach a bit higher, at 82 inches.

Color: Most are white, however it is known that they can be black, brown, or red-brown. It is unknown whether this is a genetic ailment, or a seasonal coat.

Sociality: Usually sighted alone, however rare cases have shown this is not a fixed hypothesis.

Defenses: Unknown; likely the same as a sasquatch.

Range: Exclusively the Himalayas.

Habitat: Snow-topped mountains and new evidence suggests that they may spend a good portion of their time just below the snow-line in the Himalayan forests.

Lair: Unknown; likely a cave or nest similar to Inuit igloos. Perhaps a nest constructed from branches and leaves like a gorilla.

Diet: Unknown. Likely whatever it can get in the Himalayas (e.g. shrubs, yaks, goats, sheep, berries, etc.).

Close relatives: See sasquatch.

How to find it: Not too likely unless you have the time and patience to go to the Himalayas and find one.

 The skunk ape - Neopithecus puternidor

The skunk ape is a rare breed of sasquatch, likely more closely related to the gorilla, as many have witnessed it walking on its knuckles. Its name is self explanatory, as in every sighting, the witness describes a horrid odor accompanying the creature. Most live in the Florida Everglades, however, we believe it is migratory from the swamps near Fouke, Arkansas, immortalized in the movie, The Legend Of Boggy Creek.

Appearance: Similar to a gorilla, however with longer fur, can walk on two legs for longer periods of time, and is much taller than a man.

Size: Mature males can grow up to 200 centimeters, females growing only to about 73 inches.

Color: Colors vary between individuals, but the most common are black, grey, reddish-brown, and dark green.

Sociality: Usually seen alone, there have been rare cases in which groups have been observed.

Defenses: Hurling rocks and sticks, pounding chest like a gorilla, threatening roar, powerful arms, putrid smell.

Range: Florida, all the way to east Texas, and north into Arkansas.

Habitat: Forest & swamps.

Lair: Cave, nest of twigs, or occasionally a nest of discarded trash.

Diet: Bushes, leaves, berries, dead animals, and discarded trash.

Close relatives: Sasquatch, humans, & lowland gorillas.

How to find it: Stake out a good spot in the Everglades, and wait until it spots you (be especially careful, as skunk apes are thought to be more aggressive than other sasquatch species).

Danger Level: Medium-high to high, depending on individual.

The yeren - Neopithecus indomitus

The yeren is among the less documented sasquatch species, living only in the remote mountains of inland China. Some have suggested that the yeren may be a direct relative of Gigantopithecus blacki, who's fossils were found in the same mountains.

Appearance: Not well documented, however from the best reports it is merely ape-like in appearance, and taller than a man.

Size: Approximately 6 to 8 feet tall, however some cases show that they may reach up to 10 feet.

Color: Red-brown and sometimes white.

Sociality: Almost always solitary.

Defenses: Unknown.

Range: Exclusive to the remote Hubei and Zhejiang Provinces of China.

Habitat: Mountain forests.

Lair: Nest of leaves, straw, and sticks.

Diet: Unknown. Likey similar to gorillas or orangutans.

Close relative: It is believed to be the closest living relative of Gigantopithecus, meaning it is likely also related to the orangutan.

How to find it: It is generally acknowledged here at the Cryptid Bestiary, that for some reason, the yeren is probably the hardest sasquatch species to locate.

Danger level: Minimum, extremely low.

The almas - Magnuspes torvamuli

The yowie - Magnuspes pilostorva

The Pitt Lake giant - Magnuspes magnus

The orang-pendek - Neopithecus parvutorvavir

The mapinguary - Magnuspes virfortus

Not to be confused with the giant sloth, also found in South America, the mapinguary is an intriguing species of sasquatch that lives in the remote jungles of Venezuela & Brazil.

The agogwe - Neopithecus parvus

The nguoi rong - Neopithecus clandestinus

The wendigo - Magnuspes pilosus pascivir

This is currently the only known sasquatch subspecies.

The pongo - Gorilla gigantes

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