Does Bigfoot Roam In Malaysia?

Posted by Xavier Ortega | June 18, 2013 7

Tapak Kaki Big Foot Di Kuala Pilah2

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200 strange footprints were discovered near the town of Kuala Pilah, Malaysia. Forty-eight-year-old Adnan Pungut claims to have found the tracks while clearing bushes and rubbish from his property.

To Adnan, these tracks looked nothing like those of the local animals he was used to seeing near his property.


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“I immediately informed the others because I was scared. I told the other villagers and all of us went back to the area. “We found 200 footprints that were about the same size and tried to follow them,” he was quoted as saying. “Based on the footprints, we can assume that the creature has two legs and weighs more than 100kg,” he said.

According to Adnan, further checks by villagers found that the creature could be headed towards a nearby forest. The report stated that the villagers decided not to pursue the creature as they were afraid. “We will let the authorities handle it as the animal could be endangered,” Adnan said. — The Star MY


Just off the top here:

These look nothing like the foot prints of a bipedal animal. These look more like the prints of a quadruped. Plus, saying that there are Sasquatches running around in Malaysia would be a really long stretch. Given the migratory and evolutionary constraints. Right?

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7 Responses

  • faithlilyj316

    Here kitty, kitty.

  • Good Grief!
    It is an elephant, how desperate are people?

  • Dave (not the barbarian)

    Bi-pedal? Huh? definitely looks like an animal print. Hard to tell how they are getting the weight without stating the size of the print. Also, the terrain in the second picture doesn’t look like the area they are displaying in the first picture.

  • The Oshmar

    Looks more like a big cat print to me, not unheard of in Malaysia, they got a couple of species that fit the bill. Would also fit the weight range they set, the size of the print really needs to be given.

  • Yeah, hard to say much without more reference to size.

    Still, not a bigfoot.

  • The Oshmar

    Oh Defintely not a bigfoot.

    200 prints, 1 picture taken and provided without size references from a low angle on a gravel laden part of soil. Helpful =D

  • James M. Austin

    It’s tooo big to be big foot


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