How and when bigfoot would have got into America’s? If Funny Bigfoot Rock And Roll Ohio Flag In The Forest T-Shirt we deal with the idea of Bigfoot evolving from the Robust Australopiths, which requires the least modifications of physiology. What is with this obsession with the lack of tool use? I’ve seen it brought up before, and I don’t see how it matters. Things like tool use are learned behaviors, not an ingrained instinct. A group forgetting(say, from a disease or the like wiping out a portion of the population that happened to have the knowledge)how to make and use them and evolving away from needing them is totally feasible, especially in an earlier species that wasn’t 100% reliant on them. Same with fire.
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I’ve read accounts of Bigfoot throwing boulders at bears and killing deer with rocks and Funny Bigfoot Rock And Roll Ohio Flag In The Forest T-Shirt clubs, also making rudimentary fire pits. Because they are omnivorous they have less reason to craft human-type tools, everything at hand in their world is essentially a disposable tool. I lean more to the theory that they are primates than hominids. It’s a learned behavior that appears in every other living species of great apes and in Australopiths and genus Homo. If literally every other species does it after longer divergences and separate evolutionary history, why is this one species the singular and only case of a radical behavior gulf with every other species like it?
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Since the nine-foot-tall bipedal ape does not, why it does not needs accounting for. Existing great apes offer behavioral analogies to Funny Bigfoot Rock And Roll Ohio Flag In The Forest T-Shirt draw from. So does studies of the bones of its most probable ancestors. Whatever a Sasquatch kind of hominin would be, it’d be something rather different. Somewhere between a robust Australopith and what happens when an app tries to be a bear and doesn’t quite make the cut.