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PostSubject: The Monster Hunter first episode   Sun Jul 20, 2008 8:41 am

Just watched the first episode of a new series here in the UK called The Monster Hunter. The host is Josh Gates and in this weeks episode he travelled to Malaysia in search of an apelike creature that had been seen by various people. Gates and his film crew spent a night in the remote jungle and came back with a footprint of an unknown creature and a recording of a distant growling noise.

All in all an interesting program.

however, i did have a couple of reservations.

Firstly, why deos Josh Gates refer to the Malaysian creature as Bigfoot! Bigfoot is the North American variety, just like the Yeti is the Himalayan apeman and Yowie the Australian equivalent. It would seem absurd if some Sherpa film crew descended in Northern California referring to Bigfoot as the Yeti.

Secondly, i found the fast frenetic editing very offputting. No scene lasted more than a few seconds before it jumped to the next, and Gates' continuos ramblings did begin to get a bit annoying.
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PostSubject: Names of creature   Sun Nov 09, 2008 10:08 pm

Unfortunately we do not get that show.
As to the bigfoot terminolgy, it was the fifties when Bigfoot was the name penned to all of the known creatures names/types. Similarity in its description suggests that it was a big hairy man/ape with big feet and thus is easier and most likely to be refered to as a BF. Americans tend to call the Sasquatch/Yeti/Skunk Ape/Snow Man a Bigfoot.
Should proof of any of the creatures be found, especially a variety of the creatures for scientific study, then maybe a more broad and defined defenition may be applied, and people such as our selves can categorize the different kinds of this fantastic legend that has been seen all around the world.

Since there are some different types of tracks, I would think that there are many species-thus your arguement has an interesting point.

A post on the descriptions, print conclusions,size,coat, etc. of these creatures might help us all to understand the proper terminology to use in such reports.
Do you have any info to define the differences of these creatures? If so, please share. This is a good subject that may help researchers in this field.
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