Bigfoot Classification: Prehuman or Hidden Hominid Species?

Posted Tuesday, July 09, 2024

By staff

In a recent video from the YouTube channel BIGFOOT! / William Jevning, host William Jevning and his guests delve into a fascinating discussion about the classification of Bigfoot as a hominid, its potential origins, and its distinct bipedalism. The group also explores the possibility of other unknown two-legged creatures and the potential for more hominid species to have wandered over to the American continents. William Jevning, a two-time witness and field researcher with over 40 years of experience, clarifies that Bigfoot is classified as a hominid with a 'd' (Hominidae), which includes humans and their ancestors, rather than a hominid with an 'h' (Hominina), which refers specifically to humans and their direct ancestors. Jevning emphasizes that he does not believe Bigfoot is human, but rather an unknown species that has been around for a long time, possibly even predating humans. The conversation also touches upon the Minnesota Iceman, a famous case from the 1960s involving a supposed Bigfoot carcass displayed in a traveling sideshow. Jevning shares his belief that the Iceman was likely not a Bigfoot but rather an archaic hominid. This idea is supported by the account of his father, who saw the Iceman in a sideshow and described it as looking more like a Neanderthal than a Bigfoot. Another interesting topic discussed in the video is the possibility of other unknown two-legged creatures. Jevning and his guests share their belief that there could be various unknown hominid species still living in remote areas around the world. I found this video to be both informative and engaging. It's always exciting to hear different perspectives and theories about Bigfoot and its potential relatives. I encourage our readers to watch the video and join the conversation about the classification, origins, and potential coexistence of various hominid species.