Wednesday, January 26, 2011

Bigfoot!



Okay, it's a gorilla. (And no, they're not supposed to walk like that.) I'm starting to wonder what talents the other apes/monkeys are hiding.

PS: I'm happy to see that so many of you are keeping an open mind when it comes to Bigfoot. As for the three of you who know where to find him/her, you'll be getting a call from me soon. I'm putting together a little expedition . . .

10 comments:

Anonymous said...

Haha Big Foot Expedition. Fun stuff, I tell you. I'll be honest and say I don't believe in Big Old Big Foot (ha), but he sure does make a good "character" in a story.

Rachel said...

OMG wow that is amazing! There are so many things animals can do that I have never thought of!

Rachel said...

Kirsten,
will you please have another contest soon! PLEASE!!!!!!

Anonymous said...

Hmm. Here we have Sasquatch, and Ogopogo.

Ari the Awesome said...

Wow! If you hadn't told us it was actually a gorilla I might have believed it was Bigfoot. I never knew they could walk like that!

Su-Kenyi said...

Say Whaaaaaaaaaat? That's so strange..
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Toodles*** said...

Oooh... Expedition. Sadly, I'm not one of those three.

At least I think I'm not... No, I'm not.

And that gorilla is so AWESOME!!!
I would have started hyperventilating if I had seen that in person, and hadn't known it was a gorilla.

I wanna see bigfoot! Tell us if you 4 find proof!

Serena loi said...

um, wats with the music ?

Anonymous said...

I would beg to be on that expedition, but I've already had a museum experience of turning a corner in a corridor and coming across this bad boy:

Something really big, and I don't mean the guy with the comb

Here comes some of the science:

Gigantopithecus (link goes to five year old Livescience.com article).

I know a guy down the road in El Cajon ("The Box" in Spanish) who writes comic books about monsters -- and their lawyers. And there's been one or two bigfooted critters who've needed representation....

Robert in San Diego

EQ said...

If you think it's odd when primates walk upright, you should see a cougar try it. It was a bizarre sight, and slightly alarming considering the number of missing-presumed-eaten pets in the area.