|Matt Moneymaker with my nephew|
This doesn't change that his larger than life personality makes for an easy target in the twitterverse. And, of course it doesn't mean I have to agree with every theory he has. Cue the video.
Read some of the choice twitter reactions, including ones from Cliff Barackman, Ranae Holland and James Bobo Fay below.
Did @MattMoneymaker1 suggest BF's can create their own bio luminescence? They use it to communicate to boot! #FindingBigfoot?
— Bigfoot Lunch Club (@BigfootLC) January 20, 2014
#FindingBigfoot Bigfoot can use it's eye as flashlights! #Ididnotknow
— Mike Page (@mpage366) January 20, 2014
“@M_Crowd93: Mammals do not have bioluminescent organs and cannot produce their own light. #FindingBigfoot”that comment threw everyone.
— Stu Ferguson (@sfpid09) January 20, 2014
Other bioluminescent organisms include some forms of jellyfish, plankton, and even fungi. #FindingBigfoot
— AnimalPlanet (@AnimalPlanet) January 20, 2014
Matt's STRECTH of a bioluminescence explanation left me chuckling. #FindingBigfoot
— Ranae Holland (@SkeptiScientist) January 20, 2014
I could be wrong, but I think there are other reasons that bigfoots have glowing eyes besides bioluminescence. #FindingBigfoot
— Cliff Barackman (@CliffBarackman) January 20, 2014
matt has been saying that for years. Could quite possibly be true. #FindingBigfootMost of us know eye-shine and bioluminescence are two different things. We have a great explanation for bigfoot eye-shine, or at least how eye-shine works for most mammals (spoiler alert: Its caused by the tapetum lucidum). Bioluminescence, as Animal Planet clearly pointed out in the above tweet is usually reserved for deep water creatures and some fungi.
— James Bobo Fay (@squatcher) January 20, 2014
What do you think about Bigfoot eyeshine? Or Matt's theory? Please leave some comments below.