Cryptozoology in Relation ToEvolution, and Anatomy and        Physiology,         Alex Beegle
OverviewThis presentation will focus on the possibility  that evolved or non-evolved forms of  primitive, pre-historic man...
Bigfoot and similar creaturesIn many forms, over the course of recorded history man-   lake, and ape like creatures have b...
Gigantopithicus, or relative of theory• On this slide I will go over the idea of bigfoot  possibly being a remnant of the ...
Evolutionary Possibilties• Ideas exploring the anatomical and  physiological development of an ape like  creature on the n...
Primitive man theory• In this slide I will go over bigfoot’s a and p  similarities to multiple forms of early human,  Incl...
Escaped zoo animal?• This section will cover any possibility of ape  man being an escaped primate population  from zoo’s a...
Folkloric Connections• Anatomy and physiology of bigfoot in  comparison to native American yeti,  Scandinavian trolls, wen...
Proof of existence?• Pros and cons in the possibility of Bigfoot’s  existence, and possible anatomical evidence  as well a...
Conclusion
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Cryptozoology in relation to evolution, and anatomy

  1. 1. Cryptozoology in Relation ToEvolution, and Anatomy and Physiology, Alex Beegle
  2. 2. OverviewThis presentation will focus on the possibility that evolved or non-evolved forms of primitive, pre-historic man and/or ape may, or may have lived on the north American, Asian and European continents thousands of years past their supposed date of extinction. It will also address the anatomy and physiology of both the bigfoot, and its possible pre-historic relatives.
  3. 3. Bigfoot and similar creaturesIn many forms, over the course of recorded history man- lake, and ape like creatures have been seen in isolated, wild regions by humankind. The American sasquatch and bigfoot, the Tibetan yeti, The Russian ape-man, the trolls of Scandinavian legend, and even the story of Beowulf and grendel, and it’s realistic parallel “eaters of the dead’, and the “13th warrior”.All of these creatures share the same basic description, a large, hair covered, humanoid creature which dwells in the woods. Some are more ape like, some closer to the Neanderthal man or other earlier hominids.
  4. 4. Gigantopithicus, or relative of theory• On this slide I will go over the idea of bigfoot possibly being a remnant of the giant Asian, ape, I will show the animal’s anatomical structures, and discuss how the anatomy and physiology of both creatures is similar.
  5. 5. Evolutionary Possibilties• Ideas exploring the anatomical and physiological development of an ape like creature on the north American continent over the course of time.
  6. 6. Primitive man theory• In this slide I will go over bigfoot’s a and p similarities to multiple forms of early human, Including Neanderthal. I will also discuss the connection between this and the novel eaters of the dead as well as its film adaptation the 13th warrior.
  7. 7. Escaped zoo animal?• This section will cover any possibility of ape man being an escaped primate population from zoo’s and the creatures anatomical and physiological similarities to chimps and gorillas.
  8. 8. Folkloric Connections• Anatomy and physiology of bigfoot in comparison to native American yeti, Scandinavian trolls, wendols from the film and book I’m referencing and other creatures of ancient myths and legends.
  9. 9. Proof of existence?• Pros and cons in the possibility of Bigfoot’s existence, and possible anatomical evidence as well as other possible reasons why a body has yet to be found, or the creature has yet to be killed.
  10. 10. Conclusion

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