Lloyd Pye discusses the four different kinds of hominoids that still live among us.
(1) Bigfoot/Sasquatch are by far the most famous at 7 to 10 feet tall, weighing 700 to 1000 pounds. They live in the deep, dense montane forests that surround the earth at high elevations in temperate latitudes.
(2) Abominable Snowman/Yeti types are -sized but far more robust than humans, at 5 to 7 feet tall, weighing 500 to 700 pounds. They seem to live only in valleys in the Himalayan Mountain ranges, a combined area as large as the U. S. They are the most primate-like of the four main types, with similarities to chimps and gorillas in physiology and temperament.
(3) Alma/Kaptar types are also human-sized, at 5 to 7 feet tall and weighing 500 to 700 pounds, and also living in dense forests around the world, but at lower elevations than bigfoot/sasquatch types. They are the most human-like of the three large types, and I personally suspect these types will prove to be living Neanderthals.
(4) Agogwe/Sedapa types are pygmy-sized at 3 to 4 feet tall and weighing 200 to 300 pounds, living in the thick sweeps of jungles that surround the earth along its equatorial regions. They seem to live in small groups or “tribes,” whereas the other three types are believed to function mostly as small independent family units.
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