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SIXTEEN-HUNDRED HOURS OF SASQUATCH SKELETON

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« on: December 19, 2015, 04:22:24 pm »

To me the humerous, femur, radius & tibia are all way too thin and slender. For an animal that stands 8' tall and carries around 900 lbs +/- and lives so ruggedly in the wild, the bone circumference would be much thicker, like horse or cow bones. If a bigfoot was built with those bones, they'd snap on him in no time at all.
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