Diseases in the Bigfoot world

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Disease and Bigfoots
A blessing or curse? Consider this Bigfoots live a hard difficult life. Few would argue Bigfoots live a life of luxury. It has been said that Bigfoots posses this superhuman healing ability. So, somebody aptly suggest that Sasquatches may have a host of diseases and parasites that we probably do not want to share or play host to if we were to know the truth. In the interest of disclosure as far as that goes I know little about their medicine, remedies or healing goes. I never seen any evidence to support that tp know differently. If I had it doesn’t stand out with me right now. On the other hand, scabies, eczema, dermatitis and other skin conditions have been observed as well as parasites and even mange. What I do recall are few reports of authorities responding to Bigfoot Sasquatch accident or incident scenes dressed fully suited in Hazmat regalia. We can only surmise Bigfoots are intelligent enough to understand that humans are carrier of viruses and diseases for which they have no inoculation for preventive measures or antibodies to protect them. As far as anyone knows the reason that they avoid such close contact with us is because our diseases could kill them. Ever watch a documentary on gorillas in the wild? Even the native guides wear a mask, so The gorillas don’t potentially get sick. Another thing to consider is they could potentially suffer from Simian Herpes Simplex, which is far as I know has 100% mortality if contracted by a homo sapien. In the warm months, they are quite miserable, there are places here where they will spend quite a bit of time submerged up to their necks in the water in order to combat parasites, heat and mosquitoes. They will slather themselves in mud and Spanish moss in order to keep cool.Most of us will agree BF are prone to heat stress in warm weather ( and a reason why they will move ) for cooler climates where ever they can find them. If they hates could be because we have air conditioners and they don’t, is it a hateful thing for people (humans) to provide themselves with with comfort and quality of life?
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A blessing or curse? Consider this Bigfoots live a hard difficult life. Few would argue Bigfoots live a life of luxury. It has been said that Bigfoots posses this superhuman healing ability. So, somebody aptly suggest that Sasquatches may have a host of diseases and parasites that we probably do not want to share or play host to if we were to know the truth. In the interest of disclosure as far as that goes I know little about their medicine, remedies or healing goes. I never seen any evidence to support that tp know differently. If I had it doesn’t stand out with me right now. On the other hand, scabies, eczema, dermatitis and other skin conditions have been observed as well as parasites and even mange. What I do recall are few reports of authorities responding to Bigfoot Sasquatch accident or incident scenes dressed fully suited in Hazmat regalia. We can only surmise Bigfoots are intelligent enough to understand that humans are carrier of viruses and diseases for which they have no inoculation for preventive measures or antibodies to protect them. As far as anyone knows the reason that they avoid such close contact with us is because our diseases could kill them. Ever watch a documentary on gorillas in the wild? Even the native guides wear a mask, so The gorillas don’t potentially get sick. Another thing to consider is they could potentially suffer from Simian Herpes Simplex, which is far as I know has 100% mortality if contracted by a homo sapien. In the warm months, they are quite miserable, there are places here where they will spend quite a bit of time submerged up to their necks in the water in order to combat parasites, heat and mosquitoes. They will slather themselves in mud and Spanish moss in order to keep cool.Most of us will agree BF are prone to heat stress in warm weather ( and a reason why they will move ) for cooler climates where ever they can find them. If they hates could be because we have air conditioners and they don’t, is it a hateful thing for people (humans) to provide themselves with with comfort and quality of life?
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