above and beyond what any other group is doing is that you have moved beyond trying to prove these creatures exist. I think it is more important to find out about the behaviors of these things rather than trying to prove they exist. I was talking to J. Meldrum about these creatures and all he wanted was scat and footprints. I'm sorry guys, but physical evidence like that is what is left after these creatures are long gone. Besides, I do not personally need a hair sample, scat, or footprint casts when I already know these creatures exist.
The best way to find these animals or other bands of these animals is to know what they look like and how they act in their environment. That is why I think Monster Hunter's work is so important. He is not sticking to a single group of these creatures. He is working multiple groups. Meldrum would be better off trying to find the animal and not the foot prints but he doesn't know what they look like except for the Patty film and he doesn't know how to find them because he doesn't know anything about their behavior or intelligence.
That is where the rest of the scientific community will be also once these creatures are "discovered". They will have the body of a creature they won't know anything about.
Posted on Oct 10, 2011, 6:30 AM from IP address 188.8.131.52