A theory that has been debated in and around the Bigfoot community for some time is that the elusive cryptid like the bear hibernates.
This would explain how many locations with harsh winter environments where bigfoot has been reported could sustain such a large creature. Many big foot researchers have used the bear to represent the reasoning that North America could sustain such a large primate. This leads many to the question that if the winter months in many habitats couldn’t support the bear then how could it support a large primate such as Sasquatch. Bigfoot researcher Bob Gymlan takes a closer look at this theory in this new bigfoot video.
Gymlan takes a closer look at possible bigfoot eating habits and gives some fantastic insight into the hibernation theory as a whole. Gymlan supplies us with a very well researched and thought out discussion into this aspect of bigfoot as he does in all his bigfoot videos. Take a few minutes to watch The Seasonal Sasquatch: Bigfoot and Hibernation and then you can decide for yourself if you agree with his analysis and conclusions. Both believers and skeptics are sure to find this extremely interesting!