|Still capture of an adult holding infant in front -2010|
|Hiding in the shadows|
|Bigfoot hiding in the shadows behind me during a recent day in the field.|
|Still capture of the Bigfoot showing both eyes|
I think the Bigfoot can also see light in the Infrared (IR) Spectrum. I say this based on two factors. The first is their ability to avoid game cameras at night that use IR to illuminate the immediate area. The second comes from a trail camera video I captured in 2009. One Bigfoot was peering at the camera from thick vegetation. A second Bigfoot shook the camera then waved its hand in front of the camera. The IR light bounced back off the camera causing an “IR Flash” that illuminated a wide area of the night. During this flash the eyes of the Bigfoot that was observing from the safety of the vegetation reacted to the IR light. The pupils retracted almost to pinpoint. Then as the IR light returned to “normal” the pupils adjusted and dilated.
|The sequence left to right - pinpoint during the flash, dilated after the flash|
On a side note, critics have claimed the video I reference is no more than leaves and shadows, an illusion, or pareidolia. When I point out that this subject has two eyes that have pupils that can be easily seen and react to IR light there is silence. This issue is never addressed in their criticisms. Usually the critics switch to personal attacks or just incoherent rants filled with expletives when I point out the “clump of leafs and shadows” has moving, light reacting eyes.
|Still capture from a unpublished video|
|Before(left) and after (Right) as a Bigfoot turns and the sun reflects off the eyes (unpublished Video)|
Examples of Bigfoot eyes:
|Still capture from "Bigfoot In The Laurels"|
|Eye shine at night - Adult holding infant in front - Lager adult behind both|
|Bigfoot looking at me in total darkness|
|Adult holding infant|
|Bigfoot peeking with just one eye (From Unpublished Video)|
There is still much to learn about the Bigfoot and their biology. The definitely have many advantages over us and I believe their eyes are one of their greatest advantages.