Sasquatch Field Guide by DR. Jeff Meldrum
Description: Credible witnesses cite encounters with large man-like creatures, or their sign, in North American forests. The "wildman of the woods" is portrayed in tribal art and oral traditions. For many the sasquatch are part of the natural and cultural landscape-- a rare, reclusive, non-confrontational species of primate.
This guide will aid in distinguishing the telltale signs of sasquatch from those of common wildlife. It will instruct in the proper identification, documentation, collection, and preservation of evidence-- and will advise whom to contact to report evidence of a sasquatch encounter. Dr. Jeff Meldrum is a professor of anatomy and anthropology in the Department of Biological Sciences at Idaho State University. Meldrum is an expert on foot morphology and locomotion in primates.
Features: Folding Pocket Guide
(folded 10 x 4.3)
(unfolded 10 x 26)