The Bigfoot Social Structure and Heirarchy

The Bigfoot Social Structure and Heirarchy

KJ
KJ

June 10th, 2015, 3:03 am #1

Here is something I was speculating upon and thought I'd ask. In the general social structure of a Bigfoot, what is known or speculated when young male BFs come of breeding age? Are they forced out of their "family unit" by the dominant male and band with other "Bachelor Bigfoot" ,similar to what wild horses do, and roam about till they can form their own "family unit" or are they more inclined to roam solo (rogue)?
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samuel f. barger
samuel f. barger

June 16th, 2015, 8:29 pm #2

This is something I have been thanking over. I'm more of the opinion that they remain solo. This would explain some of the unusual sightings of lone bf's in my option. Of course this is only speculation
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TC
TC

June 17th, 2015, 10:00 am #3

When seen it is purposeful so there is a distraction for another. It is believed that if you see or hear one there is another close by.
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TC
TC

June 17th, 2015, 10:00 am #4

This is something I have been thanking over. I'm more of the opinion that they remain solo. This would explain some of the unusual sightings of lone bf's in my option. Of course this is only speculation
When seen it is purposeful so there is a distraction for another. It is believed that if you see or hear one there is another close by.
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Woodswatcher
Woodswatcher

June 18th, 2015, 3:14 am #5

This is something I have been thanking over. I'm more of the opinion that they remain solo. This would explain some of the unusual sightings of lone bf's in my option. Of course this is only speculation
based on a lot of things I have seen and what we have witnessed, we tend to think that more often than not they are together in some sort of group. the one that is seen is normally a decoy or the boldest. the rest maneuver around and stay in the shadows or cover.

I think a lot of people fixate on the one they see and don't pay attention to what else is out there.

most of the time when you find one set of prints, if you look around you will find others in the vicinity.
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samuel f. barger
samuel f. barger

June 19th, 2015, 2:47 am #6

95% or more I think they are not solo. I think I need to better explain my comment more. What started me thanking on this topic was 1 a report I read regarding a hunter watching two supposed b.f. wrestling on the ground. I don't remember where I read the report. This was either a dominants fight or play. Not certain which. 2 some odd reports I have read and taken. The location and circumstances seemed odd but the reporter seemed on the level. On the two reports I looked into I got to the sight looked around and just what, why here. I don't think a family group would be traveling in the area. but a lone one moving through made the most sense. Just my 2 cents.
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Jim Keegan
Jim Keegan

July 18th, 2015, 11:09 pm #7

Here is something I was speculating upon and thought I'd ask. In the general social structure of a Bigfoot, what is known or speculated when young male BFs come of breeding age? Are they forced out of their "family unit" by the dominant male and band with other "Bachelor Bigfoot" ,similar to what wild horses do, and roam about till they can form their own "family unit" or are they more inclined to roam solo (rogue)?
Then start to hang out at casinos at 19.

Do you have any idea what you are involved in?

Bo
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Rob Anderson
Rob Anderson

January 27th, 2017, 6:26 pm #8

Here is something I was speculating upon and thought I'd ask. In the general social structure of a Bigfoot, what is known or speculated when young male BFs come of breeding age? Are they forced out of their "family unit" by the dominant male and band with other "Bachelor Bigfoot" ,similar to what wild horses do, and roam about till they can form their own "family unit" or are they more inclined to roam solo (rogue)?
They are in a band. Mom,dad,several juvies, and maybe one or two blood relatives. easier to hunt and I always had seen them in pairs or even triples when moving or hunting through my area.
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