If a male mammal can defend itself or its offspring or mate IT will. However, tactics used by bigfoot are sometime "wittier" or more stealthier thatn the average mammal's comprehension. I think that ultimately, when the bigfoot wants something; it is going to get it one way or the other.
I have heard that two or more bigfoot will "herd (no pun intended)" the animal that it wants. By nature, bigfoot are very neat and clean species. You may find your cow or calf laying in a field but entrails will not be scattered about messily. Typically, you'll find the intestines, stomach, lungs etc... stacked in a neatly arranged pile. More likely than not, the organ that will not be present in the pile will be the "liver".
Posted on Nov 28, 2010, 12:24 PM from IP address 220.127.116.11