Global Warming and Bigfoot

So first, you need to believe in Global Warming.

Second, you have to believe in Bigfoot.

Now entertain this, a biologist, Mike Hickerson suggests over a couple drinks at Manhattan’s Alphabet City, that global warming might be causing Bigfoot to move north. Hickerson, who studies “biogeographic shifts, speciation, extinction and determinants of community assembly,” is doing research on what’s called environmental niche modeling. Basically, study one set of animals or plants and compare with geographical and climate data to find out where to expect other similar animals or plants.

Could this be applied to bigfoot?

Could climate changes force bigfoot north?

Read Ivan Oransky’s full article on “Is global warming forcing Bigfoot to move north?: Scientific American Blog”

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