Where there are bears, there is Bigfoot
In areas where black bear sightings are increasing… Bigfoot “sightings” are also increasing. More precisely: for every group of 900 bears, there is a Bigfoot.
Other curious people had already done such comparative exercises, but only for some of the western states of the United States. United.
The author of this new calculation, which appeared on the bioRxiv preprint platform, assumed that Bigfoot, or Sasquatch — a tall, hairy creature that walks on two legs — would often be mistaken for another animal.
Data analyst Floe Foxon accordingly focused on the closest suspect, the bear, by comparing two databases : the number of black bears counted in various parts of the United States and Canada, and the number of sightings of Bigfoot — the latter being compiled by the Organization of Bigfoot Researchers, since there is such an organization.  ;
There would be a correlation in all the regions studied. Although, if we want to confirm this conclusion, we will now have to ask ourselves if the criteria for a “credible observation” of Bigfoot have a consensus.
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