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Here is the video that shows the picture, look at it closely and see for yourself. At least no one is claiming that this is proof of bigfoot, only that they cannot positively identify the animal in the picture.

Here is a picture. I wish it were larger, but it is the only one I could find of any size.

And for reference a couple of images of black bears.

Okay, it just occurred to me that one more image is needed for comparison sake.

This is not to presume that Patty is proof positive of the existence of Bigfoot, but she is possibly the best representative image available.

I have to say the legs seem skinnier to me, but with the amount of sarcoptic mange that has been causing people to identify coyotes and racoons as chupacabras, it would not surprise me if simple hair loss were the explanation of that. There is nothing in this photo or its description that would seem to eliminate a bear as the subject.

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  • Scott_McMan

    I’ve seen many black bears in the woods as close as 10 feet away. I’ve seen them in all sizes and at different times of the year. I’ve seen them run, trot, walk, dig, climb, etc…I’ve seen them alive and dead. I’ve seen thin young bears arch their backs just like the Jacobs photo. In fact, I’ve been within 2 miles of that spot several times in my life. Without a doubt in my mind, the Jacobs creature is a black bear and I knew it within 10 seconds of seeing the photo. Of course, I don’t have an agenda like the BFRO.

    This is much harder to ID. I’m seeing things about this animal that don’t look bear like. However, I’m not saying it’s not a bear. At this point I don’t know what it is.

  • I am thinking without hair on the legs it makes them look much thinner, makes the paws look longer and more human-like. If you look closely at the close-ups at the end of the video I think there is bare skin on the legs that supports the mange idea.

    Mostly I am looking at the slope and shape of the animal’s butt, and what I can tell of the shape of it’s ribcage. Neither indicate a biped, and in the butt, it is pretty darn close to the black bear photos.

    I can’t say what this is, but an animal without it’s normal coat of hair looks a lot different than normal.

  • Scott_McMan

    Yea, it’s hard to say. Loss of hair can make many animals look foreign.

    When I blew it up in my editor, I thought I could make out the tail as being bear like, but it’s not conclusive enough.

  • Nick

    I noticed a bump on its lower back. It sits much higher where a bears tail would normally be. Also looks like some hair thinning on its back. I do believe in bigfoot because I seen one when I was 11 years old. But in this picture I see a bear. If you closely at the right and to the right of the hairless) arm, I could barely make out the outline of the top of a bears head and snout (nose). It blends in with that arm pretty well. Looks like the bear is looking down at its right paw.

  • Bigfoot Gifts & Toys

    This is a bear not a bigfoot. lol

  • I’d put my money on a bear with mange, but I guess there’s no way to know for sure.