There are three basic types of Sasquatch: Bigfoot, 7-foot tall ape-men found across the globe, True Giants, 20-foot tall ape-men found in temperate forests, and Proto-Pygmies. They are found mainly in the Old World continents, but they are found in lesser numbers in the Americas. Examples include the Orang Pendek and the Agogwe.
Appearance & DescriptionEdit
Proto-Pygmies look like their larger cousins, yet much smaller. They are typically 4 feet tall, with fur or hair that is brown, black, or grey.
Proto-Pygmies are thought by some to be unknown apes. Another popular theory is that they are surviving, primitive humans, such as Australopithecus or Homo Erectus.