True Giants are unusually large Bigfeet found in temperate forests across the globe. The name was coined by cryptozoologist Mark Hall, to denote woodland hominids that left massive four-toed tracks. True Giants exist all across the world, going by many native names. Some of the more famous are the Urayuli of Alaska and the Tano Giant of Africa.

Appearance & DescriptionEdit

True Giants have a height of 10 to 20 feet, with 2-foot long footprints. They are often described as lanky. Interestingly, they are described as having 4 toes, not 5.


True Giants are thought to be unnaturally large apes, maybe related to humans. Cryptozoologist Mark Hall believes True Giants to be living examples of the presumed extinct giant ape Gigantopithecus. The 4-toed tracks are thought to be feet with 5 toes like humans, but the fifth is shrunk and vestigial (no longer used).