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oldest bigfoot dolls

Post by BiggJimm » Sat Nov 09, 2019 7:23 pm

I was digging through museum archives online and found these
Carved by Indians in British Columbia

I particularly like the eye shine represented in the top one. It also seems to have a primate
brow with deep set eyes, and a ape like visage. The second figure shows a human faced
creature on all fours, eerily similar to 4x4 mode. It could be argued they are stylized humans,
but the same people were very accurate with other animals they carved
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