Friday, September 7, 2012
Swamp Ape Search Finds Giant Sloth
You were right the first time lady, you saw a Giant Sloth. It can run on all fours and it can run upright. The gait is almost primate like except there is a sideways sway observed in another report. Another swamp ape reports catches it picking at road kill.
It is plausible that both the bigfoot and the giant sloth operate in the South, however the Giant sloth is well adapted for Southern Swamps while the Bigfoot is no better adapted than we are. In the event this is only the second report that recognized a giant Sloth when they saw one.
I am sorry to say that our silly assumption that the Giant sloth was a slow moving critter is dead wrong. We already knew that from the other reports we are uncovering but this makes it explicitly clear.
Much more important is that the natural habitat for a giant sloth is up in large old trees able to support their path-finding even deep into swamps were nothing can follow them. It is also comfortable in water when it needs to be which is why we have observed mud covered examples.
The creature is certainly as solitary as the Bigfoot appears to be and it can range widely. It is not limited to a specific terrain and has been spotted even in this short review from swamps to high country.
The footprint is quite different from the wide Bigfoot print and is clearly clawed. This is the beginning of a search.