Do Bigfoot Eat Their Dead?

It’s common knowledge in the bigfoot “community” that  all Native American names for that creature    mean something like “cannibal giant.”

However,  I am not sure this is actually true.  The links below have lists of such names and not that many contain the word “cannibal.”

Native Languages .org    ball game

Camp internet

It’s not clear what might be meant by cannibal–does it mean they eat us humans or that they eat other bigfoot?

We can be fairly sure some of them eat humans from time to time.  But do they eat their own kind?

More than a few human cultures have featured cannibalism at various times and  places,  for different reasons, and in different situations.

mask eWhat about other apes?  Other primates?  Some other primates do engage in cannibalism, but mostly in the cases of younger members of the species.

It was thought previously that chimpanzees would only eat infants or very young chimps.  All such cases researchers observed involved chimps  younger than three years old.  However, more recently a group’s leader was killed and cannibalized by his former friends.

Orangutans and gorillas are also known to cannibalize infants.

Bonobo chimps


Chimps and gorillas

Great apes also kill and  eat monkeys from time to time.  Monkeys at times eat their own young.

But none of these has been seen to eat adult members of their own species, except man.paleogenetics article 9 16 14


Some cultures eat their own relatives as part of a funeral type ritual.   It would be disrespectful not to do so.

But what about bigfoot?    Bones and bodies have not be found.   Do they eat their own dead?

This topic has been kicked around before, but the more I think about it, the more convinced I am becoming that they do consume their own dead at least sometimes.


Story of Orba


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