Friday, January 06, 2006

Bigfoot drawn by Orang Asli

Is this how Bigfoot in Malaysia looks like? This is a drawing of Bigfoot done by an Orang Asli who claimed he saw the creature. This drawing is enlarged and enhanced from the one accompanying a story on Malay Mail Online. In the story, the writer asks, "Could Bigfoot, believed to have been spotted in the jungles of Johor, actually be a pre-historic animal which had gone extinct over hundreds of thousand years ago?"

It was revealed that the one day expedition by Johor National Park failed to find any evidence of Bigfoot. They will try again next month. Oh well, they can try but they will never find anything. Why? Because Bigfoot doesn't exist. People have claimed to have spotted Bigfoot in places like the US for many years but until today, no one has been able to come forward with hard proof of the existence of Bigfoot. I too want to believe in Bigfoot but it is as good as believing in Malaysia's Orang Bunians.

(Thanks exist)

Previously: Bigfoot in Malaysia

7 comments:

Mr Big said...

Looks hairy. Haha!! I'm sure if you get any 10 yr old to draw a Bigfoot, he will draw the same figure too.

panda said...

hmm let me c how my 6-7 yr old can draw.they r those clean of all steorotpes ,prejudices and procedures.they dun even know how to line up...the best time to tap on their creativity

GeekGod said...

Bigfoot is just King Kong. Both are just imaginary creatures.

Sir Thomas said...

It is impossible a huge primate like the Bigfoot could have existed in the forests of Malaysia over hundreds and thousands of years without being captured.

It is amazing though to see the Malaysian govt and other agencies supporting the cause of finding Bigfoot. Makes me wonder if this is actually a publicity stunt to get more people to visit their national parks.

Bengster said...

orang bunians real leh. dats what my malay neighbour told me.

SIM said...

Actually the drawing looks like a hairy Kenny Sia.

pika-achu said...

one word baby: eco-tourism!!

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