This video is from Sasquatch Summit 2014. The various speakers at the summit were seated at a table and asked their opinion on sasquatch population numbers -- if their existence was in peril.
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Posted 13 April 2015 - 06:20 PM
One of the panelists commented that the reported numbers of sightings are decreasing. Some might construe that as a population decrease. However, a counter argument for that is in recent decades people have had more avenues to report sightings due to the Internet and growing numbers of groups to report to, and many of the reported sightings were old, even reported decades after the encounters happened when it was not so easy to report them, but the numbers of these old sightings people report might by drying up, and this might be the reason we're getting fewer reports of sightings.
Also, there are so many more groups taking sighting reports from people now I wonder if anyone really has accurate data on the numbers of reported sightings -- has anyone actually been to every site that takes reports and calculated the numbers accurately? If it is the numbers the BFRO is receiving that might no longer be a good representation.
I think their population is increasing because they are being reported in areas where they previously were not.
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