Did you ever wonder about the cost of grooming a Bigfoot, should we ever have a live one in captivity? To make this intelligent creature fit in with the human world could involve some expensive procedures.
Sean Leviashvili came up with some imaginative ideas including hair removal – something I’d never expect a Bigfoot to do.
I’d go further than just hair removal and clothing. The most important expenditure besides food would be education. Could a Bigfoot be taught to speak our language? Could it learn to read and write? Would it even want to?
The idea of capturing a Bigfoot then releasing it into the wild is noble, but not truly realistic. Once we have a Bigfoot, the scientists will want all their questions answered and it won’t end with just DNA testing. They will keep the Bigfoot for years.
The Bigfoot will be like poor Ishi, the last Native American from the Yahi tribe near Mt. Lassen, California, that stumbled in from the wild. He became an anthropological treasure and a museum exhibit in the San Francisco Bay Area.
Why would anyone think the same thing wouldn’t happen to Bigfoot?
Worse yet, a captive Bigfoot could end up in a zoo. If it turns out to have intelligence that can communicate effectively with humans, the government might want these creatures to be used in their war efforts.
What do you think would happen to a Bigfoot in captivity? Good grooming is the least of it.