Sasquatch Population Expected to Drop Due To Climate Change

Sasquatch statue, Coulee Corridor Scenic Byway.

Saskatoon, Saskatchewan – Warmer temperatures in Northern Canada already have a direct impact on the Sasquatch population of the country.

Nobody really knows how many Sasquatch still call the Canadian Wilderness home, however, sightings of these creatures are so rare, that Sasquatch were listed as endangered the minute one was spotted in British Columbia in 1971.

Conservationists are worried by the deterioration of the Sasquatch habitat.

It is estimated that over the past 50 years, food sources for the omnivorous Sasquatch have been reduced by 40 percent.

This means that by the middle of this century, this legendary creature could be completely extinct and forgotten.


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