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 Post subject: Bigfoot v. an animal
PostPosted: Tue Feb 10, 2009 1:34 am 
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Could Bigfoot defeat any animal in a fight?

Excluding sea and aerial creatures, I think he's got a shot at top of the heap.

Lions, Tigers, Elephants, Rhinos, and Bears would be his biggest competition.

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 Post subject: Re: Bigfoot v. an animal
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A quick google search of "deadliest animals" came up with a top 10 to pit Bigfoot against.

10. Poison dart frog.
Prediction: Both dead.
Poison dart frog. Let's say bigfoot stepped on the frog and killed it. Okay, but the frog oozes a slimy toxin that is powerful enough to kill 10 humans. Ten humans probably equals 1 bigfoot. So that's at least a tie, with both of them dead.

9. Cape Buffalo:
Prediction: Bigfoot.
Well, 1,500 pounds of sharp horn coming at you is a bitch. Unless you're bigfoot, Between his strength and ability to manuever and use his hands, he should be able to take down a damn buffalo.

8. Polar bear.
Prediction: Bigfoot.
Pollie would be able to get stand upright and do some damage. It would at least hurt bigfoot with a mighty paw swipe. Still, hands beat paws in the end, right?

7. Elephant.
Prediction: Bigfoot.
Again, manueverability is a key. Bigfoot could jump on the elephant and bring it down.

6. Crocodile.
Prediction: Bigfoot.
Bigfoot gets thirsty, gets bit by a croc and then gets angry and rips croc in half.

5. Lion.
Prediction: Bigfoot.
Bigfoot limps away the victor, but needs rest after taking some major bites.

4. Great white shark.
Prediction: Bigfoot drowns before shark can get to him.

3. Australian box jellyfish.
Prediction: Bigfoot drowned before facing the shark, he's definitely not getting to get to the jellyfish.

2.Asian cobra.
Prediction: I'm betting bigfoot can rip cobra in half before getting a death bite.

1. Mosquito.
Prediction: Ah, malaria's a bitch, even for bigfoot.

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 Post subject: Re: Bigfoot v. an animal
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Interesting ... so we've established that Bigfoot is probably prone to disease and accidental death (the frog).

It's clear Bigfoot would not fare well in a deep sea environment.

I still think Bigfoot might lose versus a Buffalo or Lion/Tiger. Bear is about equal, but favoring the Bigfoot since it has intelligence and dexterity.

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 Post subject: Re: Bigfoot v. an animal
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binnall wrote:
Interesting ... so we've established that Bigfoot is probably prone to disease and accidental death (the frog).

It's clear Bigfoot would not fare well in a deep sea environment.

I still think Bigfoot might lose versus a Buffalo or Lion/Tiger. Bear is about equal, but favoring the Bigfoot since it has intelligence and dexterity.


Are we going with "Bigfoot is a natural creature" or "Bigfoot is of mystical origin"? Because if its mystical Bigfoot, he takes them all. He can teleport!

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 Post subject: Re: Bigfoot v. an animal
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For the purposes of this exercise, we are assuming that Bigfoot is a natural animal.

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I'm reminded of the movie Kong, where his strength could kill even a t-rex. He could rip apart the jaws of any preditor killing it instantly.

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You forgot the deadliest animal ever Man. Man would prob lose to bigfoot one on one, but overall givin that we find and catalog a real life genetically proven bigfoot, they will be extinct in less than a year.

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 Post subject: Re: Bigfoot v. an animal
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DiosKilos wrote:
You forgot the deadliest animal ever Man. Man would prob lose to bigfoot one on one, but overall givin that we find and catalog a real life genetically proven bigfoot, they will be extinct in less than a year.


For this argument, it is a one-on-one fight, sanctioned by the Nevada State Athletic Commission.

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 Post subject: Re: Bigfoot v. an animal
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binnall wrote:
DiosKilos wrote:
You forgot the deadliest animal ever Man. Man would prob lose to bigfoot one on one, but overall givin that we find and catalog a real life genetically proven bigfoot, they will be extinct in less than a year.


For this argument, it is a one-on-one fight, sanctioned by the Nevada State Athletic Commission.

Humans cheat. That's why we're the #1 predator. "Hey, Billy-Bob, look at that hairy thang! You still got that ought-six with the night sight? Let's go huntin!"

For animals... African Mamba, black or green. Neurotoxic. Much faster and more aggressive than a cobra. Sometimes called the "two step snake" because after it bites you get two steps until you fall down dead.

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For animals... African Mamba, black or green. Neurotoxic. Much faster and more aggressive than a cobra. Sometimes called the "two step snake" because after it bites you get two steps until you fall down dead.


That raises an interesting question that sort of came up when I was interviewing Ken Gerhard re: tranquilizers & Bigfoot.

Now, we know that the African Mamba can kill a man with its venom, but is it supremely deadly to all animals, even massive ones like elephants? The Bigfoot must weight approx. 500 lbs. and that is being conservative. Is there enough concentration to kill the 'Foot?

Also, we're presuming that the Bigfoot's layer of fur is able to be penetrated by fangs and/or mosquito bites. The former I think is probably accurate, but I'm suspect about the latter.

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You know I was thinking about it, is man really an animal?

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I didn't intend to count man in this Bigfoot v. animal debate, no.

It doesn't matter much, though, because I don't think any man could defeat a Bigfoot.

At the very least, it is like 1 in a billion or something.

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 Post subject: Re: Bigfoot v. an animal
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binnall wrote:
I didn't intend to count man in this Bigfoot v. animal debate, no.

It doesn't matter much, though, because I don't think any man could defeat a Bigfoot.

At the very least, it is like 1 in a billion or something.



Wrong there is one man that could crush a bigfoot, Chuck Norris.

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What about "The Predator" vs Bigfoot?

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 Post subject: Re: Bigfoot v. an animal
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No way in hell bigfoot beats a bull elephant. No way in hell.

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