Thursday, January 26, 2006

Malaysian Bigfoot?

As reported in this AP story, it seems three of the mysterious hominids were recently spotted lurking around a fish farm near Endau Rompin National Park in Malaysia. One has to wonder if they were planning to do some illicit fish harvesting when spotted by workers at the farm. If so, you can't blame them -- it's got to be easier than foraging out in the wilds for whatever it is Bigfoots eat.

Spotting an opportunity for both a scientific and eco-tourism coup (haven't you heard? Bigfoot adventure travel is all the rage) the Malaysian government has taken the bold step of forming an official Bigfoot tracking team to gain further evidence of the man-beast's existence, and perhaps evidence of his fish thievery as well. Still unanswered is whether Bigfoot could stand trial for theft in a court of law. If so, I'd nominate the incomparable Unfrozen Caveman Lawyer for the defense.

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