Bigfoot is said to be a huge man-like creature. Bigfoot is 6-9 feet tall. That is real big! He walks on two legs just like us. He weighs 300 pounds or more. He has short dark hair, except for the face. It is bare. Some people say that he is shy and he looks like an ape. But others say he is mean and they have been attacked by him. He has real broad shoulders. His feet get to be 16 inches long and 16 cm wide. That is two of my feet! He has long arms like a gorilla. Many people say different things though.
Bigfoot has been seen everywhere in the United States except Arizona, New Mexico, and Maine.
Some people think Bigfoot is a gorilla, giant ape, chimpanzee, or a bear. Some people actually think he is a monster.
Bigfoot is going to
remain a mystery until some actually catches him and brings him to a scientist
The most famous monster comes from Scotland.
It is the Loch Ness monster. Loch Ness has been spotted many times.
Some people have even captured pictures that have been believed as the
monster. One of the most famous pictures was taken by Dr. H. K. Wilson,
but not everyone believed that this was a true picture. Some people
say Loch Ness is just a lost sea cow. Some people say Loch Ness is
just a huge snake. People say Loch Ness is at least 40 feet long,
had flippers front and back, and has large humps. So far nobody can
actually prove Loch Ness is real.
One of the most unexplained
mysteries of the the world is the Monster Tadpole. He is about 65
feet long and has a wound in his side. He looked just like a tadpole
only much bigger. He was seen on Hook Island in Australia's
great barrier reef on December 12, 1964 by Robert Le Seoreo. When
the monster tadpole lifted his head out of the water, Robert Le Seoreo
fled in horror. The mystery will continue to remain until someone
can actually capture him and bring him to scientists.
The Kongamoto is a huge
red bat-looking monster with sharp teeth and wings about 12 feet wide.
Scientists believe he is a still living pterodactyl. The Kaonde,
and Indian tribe that lives in Northwestern Zambia, believes that when
cross a river you have to have a special paste called mulendi for protection
against the Kongamoto.