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When he got back to Vancouver, he told his story to the people there. ” Albert was not the first person to see a bigfoot. People have seen these strange creatures thousands of times in the forests Albert Ostman, of north-west America. And there are photographed 33 years many stories! after his capture. They say that a bigfoot looks like a yeti, but it could be even bigger! 5 metres tall. The creatures have hair all over their bodies and have flat faces, short necks, and wide shoulders. Bigfoot’s many names Native Americans have told stories of bigfeet for many years.
47 Paperback level 3 228 x 150mm UK Glossary 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 abominable snowman Another name for the yeti (see yeti). bigfoot A big, hairy creature like an ape, that some people believe lives in north-west American forests. Cryptocleidus A kind of plesiosaur that lived in the sea around Scotland 70 million years ago. glacier A huge mountain of ice that moves very slowly. Himalayas The highest group of mountains in the world, in Nepal, India, and Tibet. kelpie A water monster that some people believe lives in Scottish rivers and lakes.
They had a movie camera, and wanted to take the first good photographs of the creature. But the forests of north-west America are huge – where could they look? They listened carefully to the bigfoot stories, and asked some questions. Then they knew where to go. One day, Roger and his friend were riding along on their horses near a small river. They went round a corner – and suddenly they saw a bigfoot standing near the water! These four photographs are from the film that Roger Patterson took in 1967.