Bigfoot Biology and Behavior: Tails, Brains, and Camouflage with Dr. John Baron

Posted Monday, June 10, 2024

By staff

In a recent video from the YouTube channel Craig Roach, host Craig sits down with Dr. John Baranchok to discuss all things Bigfoot. During the conversation, the topic of Bigfoot's physical appearance arises, specifically in regards to the existence of a tail. Dr. Baranchok explains that human beings have a vestigial tail, known as the sacrum, which is located at the base of the spine. He goes on to say that he has never heard any definitive information about Bigfoot having a tail, whether it be a long one like a German Shepherd or a short, bobbed tail like some dogs have. Craig also brings up the idea of Bigfoot's brain and whether it has a reptilian component. Dr. Baranchok explains that if one buys into the evolutionary theory, then it is possible that Bigfoot's brain has a neocortex, which is the gray matter in the brain associated with higher cortical functioning. He goes on to say that this would suggest that Bigfoot is self-aware and has the ability for vanity, as evidenced by the picture of the Bigfoot with bleached dreadlocks shared by Janice Carter. Towards the end of the video, Craig and Dr. Baranchok discuss the idea of Bigfoot's self-awareness and whether they know what they look like in order to hide so well. Dr. Baranchok suggests that it could be a genetically pre-programmed sequence of behavior, similar to how a fox or cat will drop down low to the ground when startled. Overall, this video from Craig Roach's YouTube channel provides an interesting and informative discussion on the topic of Bigfoot's physical appearance and brain function. It's definitely worth a watch for any Bigfoot enthusiast.