Bigfoot, also known as “Sasquatch”, has been found in many places around the world, but most of them are judged by giant footprints like humans. As for the real Bigfoot, it has never been captured. Bigfoot is believed to live on almost every continent, but it is more often found in the United States in the Northwest Pacific (especially in Northern California), Australia, the Middle East and other regions, that is, areas with dense forests and isolated mountains on earth.
Bigfoot was first discovered in 1811. At that time, explorer David Thompson went from the transverse Rocky Mountains in Jasper Town, Canada to the mouth of the Columbia River in the United States. On the way, he saw some huge human footprints, each 30 cm long and 18 cm wide. Since Thompson did not see this animal, people later called it “Bigfoot”.