Whats seven feet tall, severely hairy, smells like trash and has a unibrow. Is it BIGFOOT or a man in a COSTUME? If you're one of those people who believe in everything, think again, because everything on YouTube or the internet shows it is FAKE!!! EVIDENCE #1 Bigfoot is known as the sasquatch, a humanlike creature who has been seen by many people across the world. “The Abominable Snowman or yeti is very alike to Bigfoot”.
Polar Bears Have you ever wondered how Polar bears swim and never freeze to death? Or what they eat? Polar bears live in the coldest parts of the world I know everyone with a brain probably Don’t be so rude to me it’s rude knows that but if you look further into these questions you will find out why Polar bears can love to be in the cold. I will be explaining these questions and more in depth in this paper so all your questions about Polar bears disappear and you can go to your mom and dad and say that you know everything about Polar bears, let’s dive right into it! Polar bears live in some the coldest parts of the world.
“Once upon a time there were fourteen bears.” In this picture, they are no longer lined up on a log, easy to count in a row. Instead this page invites a challenge, with busy bears engaged in activities like perching on front stoops, playing ball, painting pictures, and reading books. But yes, there are still 14 of them. Some of them are engaging with each other, playing a game of tag, or catch. A few bears, however, are enjoying independent activity-strumming a guitar and printing letters.
The Bigfoot Field Researchers Organization receives and collects evidence of the Bigfoot (Higgins). Miners told stories of creatures throwing rocks at their cabins and discovered big tracks (Krensky 31). “There are, in fact, way too many eyewitnesses for this phenomenon to be purely imaginary, as skeptics assert” (Carroll). With the abundance of eye witnesses, that are so widely dispersed over the country, the alternate skeptic explanation that the sightings are all hoaxes (Carroll). Even so many think of Bigfoot as a phony, many have reported sightings and reported where Bigfoot was spotted.
However, it should be remembered that a beaver will also come out of the water into the snow, and will make a wallowing trough. But, a close study should reveal some sign of the beaver’s large webbed hind feet. In the distance I have seen such a beaver mark on a snowy bank and mistaken it for that of an otter. The porcupine is another animal that will wallow out a trough in deep snow. A close study should reveal some marks of the stiff hairs of the tail, and the toed-in foot marks.
The novel contains very good separation, initiation, and return phases which did not reflect the conventional monomyth archetype. The separation phase involves Brian noticing his environment as well as how the temperature was changing, and because of that, Brian no longer felt the sense of security that he had before. The initiation phase involves Brian Preparing himself for different challenges. for instance, Brian felt that his survival was being threatened by a bear, so he is decided to take matters into his own hands and attempt to fabricate a much larger and more powerful version of his bow. The return phase sees Brian discover two parallel mysterious straight lines in the snow.
These characteristics were clearly demonstrated in these stories. For example, the Iroquois’ creation myth states the man did not want to dig roots from the Great Tree because, “he didn’t like the idea…he knew it was wrong…he gave in… and he was terrified” (34). Whereas, the man (bear) in The way to Rainy Mountain showed aggressiveness. For example, “the bear (brother) came to kill them (the sisters)…it reared against the tree and scored the bark” (55). The men’s roles proved to be far apart in characteristics and behavior within the two creation
He was terrified. He didn't think he or the other animals would survive this skirmish let alone win it. Even with all the woodland creatures rallied together the Americans had vastly superior numbers at least 325 million. The Moose Brigade would be crushed like an ant under a shoe. The thought made even him shudder.
In the Klondike Gold Rush of the 1800’s, dog sled were used to help get around the land. These sled consisted of anywhere from 10 to 16 dogs pulling a sled at anywhere in the range of 12 to 14 miles per hour. These dog sled teams were able to travel up to 70 or miles in one day. Dog sleds were most widely used in the Klondike because of their reliability, and the dogs were able to travel quite fast, even while injured. A sixteen dog sled was able to pull up to 600 pounds, so just enough to have one man and all of the supplies on a trailing sled.
Finland is home to some of the most amazing creatures. One of Finland 's many animals is the Grey Owl, they can become very aggressive at times. Finlands is also home to the Ermine, the Ermine camouflages in the white snow. Last but not least the Bear, the Bear is one of the largest animal in finland and is home to only 1,500 bears. One thing I want be doing any time soon is speeding in Finland.
The Kermode Bear The Kermode Bear is a different kind of black bear because it has a gene that normal black bears don’t have. This bear was mentioned in a book called Touching Spirit Bear. This particular bear is a subspecies of the black bear. It has dark nose pads, white or creamy fur, brown eyes, and nearly white claws. This kind of bear is quite rare and maybe about 100 exist near British Columbia.
Bigfoot/Sasquatch By:Kira Boyer Bigfoot or as it’s often called in canada the sasquatch, is mentioned in several Native American legends or stories. In fact, the term “sasquatch” is Indian for “hairy giant.” The first sighting was in 1811 near what now is the town of Jasper, Alberta Canada. For over 400 years people have been seeing large, hair-covered, man-like animals in the wilderness areas of North America. These facts, taken together, suggest an animal, probably a primate, that exists today in very low population densities. There are literally thousands of credible eyewitness accounts of bigfoot sightings.
Mastodon fossils have been found early in the excavation. In 1917, a report was published on a fragment of right maxilla where the author, Peterson, claimed that the Mastodon remains are “‘by far the most common in the Saltville deposit’” (Ray 616). A sample of Mammut Americanum fossils found before 1967 are deeply worn molars, cheek teeth, and multiple mandibular tusks ranging in size from 130 millimeters in length to about 1.5 meters in length. The largest and most recent Mammut tusk recovered is 2.13 meters in length (Moxley). In addition to the many dental fossils excavated, large femurs, rib fragments, thoracic vertebrae, scapula fragments, and cranial fragments were unearthed.