Does Sasquatch Live in Caves?
If Sasquatch is a flesh and blood creature, it may prefer the comfort of caves or Lava Tubes for various reasons:
While it is possible for Sasquatch to make it's nests and dens above ground with natural resources - it seems more plausible that if Sasquatch wanted to avoid detection and conserve energy it would use the natural rock formations of the earth for shelter accommodations.
Living above ground for any species is difficult, especially in the harsh climate of the mountains where temperatures in the Cascades, Rockies, and Sierra Nevada's can change over 50 degrees per season. It seems any intelligent creature would prefer the static nature of underground temperatures. While many caves are cold, in the Pacific Northwest, there are many sulfur caves made by natural hot springs. These exist in Oregon, Washington, Alaska and many other states, but provide a perfect habitat for a humid and warmer underground environment to survive harsh winters and cool nights. This also may explain the "Sulfur" smell that many eye witnesses describe with that deep sulfur odor. So is it possible Sasquatch would use a temperate lava cave or a sulfur cave near hot-springs to make its den - seems to make sense to us?
Many cave systems in the Pacific Northwest are extensive, some connect to others, and others are self contained, with many outlets for access, as well as deep ravines for hiding within the system. Are caves the perfect environment for Sasquatch to use as a fortress for avoiding detection and allowing them to freely come and go under researchers feet while enjoying a perfect habitat until they need to surface in the evening to foliage and gather resources?
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By Chanelle Elaine
CMO, Sasquatch Syndicate Inc.