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Parasites are driving the ant

Nature be crazy. Case in point: The lancet river fluke, AKA Dicrocoelium dendriticum This parasite is found all over the world and its life cycle is so crazy and so Rube Goldberg-esque that, after first hearing about them, one would be

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Tree trouble

On BFS 060 you heard Daryl Colyer and I discuss an event that occurred during the second week of this year’s NAWAC continuous field operation. That week, being the second, was designated Bravo and the research operation, the group’s fourth

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Thus spoke science

Melba Ketchum, commenting on the creation of a Go Fund Me campaign looking for support to collect a wood ape specimen. Let’s just break this down, shall we? “Killing something illegally and out of season is wrong on so many

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Rick Dyer: Hoaxer?

Please don’t misunderstand the headline of this post. I’m not going to ponder the authenticity of Rick’s dead, stuffed bigfoot. It’s surely as fake as Ryan Seacrest’s smile. In this case, all reasonable people can agree that pictures don’t lie.

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On a kneed to know basis only

One of the common refrains of bigfoot denialists1 is that an animal such as the North American Wood Ape is highly unlikely to exist here since we, as a people2, have been crawling all over the continent for so long

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In search of…a real search

Friend of the show and recent focus of our attention Sharon Hill (we’re not stalking, I swear) likes the Channel 4 “Bigfoot Files” episode on the Yeti: You should have seen me smiling when the show began with EXACTLY the

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Blast from the past

Since it’s mentioned on our last episode, it’s probably worth linking to the Bigfoot Information Project Podcast episode I did about the camera trap work the NAWAC was doing in the Big Thicket several years ago. That weekend was probably

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