Saturday, April 17, 2010

LIFE Discovers Primates and Perhaps Insights to Bigfoot




The Planet Earth series was amazing, Blue Planet was spectacular, but Discovery Channel’s newest series, LIFE, is just plain unbelievable. LIFE is an 11-part Discovery Channel series In collaboration with BBC, exploring the animal kingdom. It took over 3,000 days to film, and captures animals hunting, breeding, evolving, and living. It is narrated by Oprah Winfrey, and will air perhaps the most exciting episode tomorrow night at 8PM.

The Episode, Primates, will focus how intelligence, adaptability and resourcefulness help primates beyond their physical means, and thrive in a variety of habitats.

Any lover of Bigfoot or Sasquatch is guaranteed to gain insight into this elusive beast by watching tomorrow night's episode.

Below is a promotional video on the entire series.



EXTERNAL LINKS
LIFE Primate Page
LIFE Home page



3 comments:

  1. Why O why has this species been given the dogma of being an Primate... Will one person please tell me why they think it is a primate.

    I have seen this species...looked right into the face...so please tell me why you have decided to think this is some kind of ape...??

    C0-Founder WASRT Toorisky

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  2. Funny how all these researchers go to exotic lands, meet exotic people and live against them...these educated talking heads have found all kinds of life all over the world...yet tend to not research their own back yard... The last great expedition was by Lewis and Clark, who had a primary mission to find the Pacific Ocean and map the way... So why are these so called exotic researchers so afraid of their own back yards...answer that and and you will find there is no money in it...For these people live off of grants, the bigger the better...plain and simple... It is just not exotic enough, and probably to scary...

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  3. Toorsky, can you offer an alternative classification? Because primates is a really broad classification. It includes many mammals, even humans.

    It would be interesting to know how you would classify this creature.

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