Chapter four of Tribal Bigfoot is about Bigfoot living in extreme weather conditions – either extreme hot or extreme cold. The chapter starts with sighting reports from the Yukon Territory, Alaska, and Wyoming. Many Bigfoot families have adapted to living in freezing places and walking barefoot in snow.
David Paulides opined that this may be due to overcrowding in more temperate areas: “Researchers do understand that all creatures (even humans) are pushed out of prime habitat areas because of a variety of conditions. . . . Animals are forced out of areas because the bigger and stronger creatures have established a region as their home and the younger and weaker need to seek out new habitat.” (Pg. 102)
It makes sense to me that many Bigfoot are conditioned to be comfortable in cold climates. In the Pacific Northwest where sighting reports are numerous, snow is ubiquitous in the mountains during winter. But what of those poor hair-covered Bigfoot that must live in the heat of a desert? David Paulides gives examples from Lancaster, San Bernardino County, Sedona in Arizona, and the Arizona Navajo reservation, Apache County.
He wrote that Bigfoot may be drinking water from agricultural projects. He didn’t mention it but they could be surviving with water from underground streams, living in caves during the heat of the day. There are some amazing caves in Mexico they could thrive in. Here’s a site with information about Arizona Caves, and let’s not forget Carlsbad Caverns in southern New Mexico! These cave systems could be harboring lots of Bigfoot families during the heat of the day, and providing plenty of moisture for drinking water too.
Tribal Bigfoot – Comments on Chapter One: “Historical Bigfoot”
Tribal Bigfoot – Comments on Chapter Two: “The Bigfoot Map Project”
Tribal Bigfoot – Comments on Chapter Three: “Associations”
Tribal Bigfoot – Comments on Chapter Four: “Extreme Sighting Locations”
Tribal Bigfoot – Comments on Chapter Five: “Santa Cruz County”
Tribal Bigfoot – Comments on Chapter Six: “Amador County”
Tribal Bigfoot – Comments on Chapter Seven: “Trinity County”
Tribal Bigfoot – Comments on Chapter Eight: “Siskiyou County”
Tribal Bigfoot – Comments on Chapter Nine: “Del Norte County”