What's that tall, dark and furry figure striding ominously through the woods? Is it a bear? A moose? Or something more mysterious? Maybe now is the time to test your Bigfoot/Yeti cred with our 'squatchy' little quiz.
The study of animals that are not recognized by science (like Bigfoot and Yeti) is called:
The earliest accounts of "sasquatch" don't mention the tall, ape-like creature we think of today. Instead, they refer to what?
Bipedal black bears
Escaped zoo monkeys
The word "sasquatch" originates from the folklore of what Native American group?
This man's 1955 Bigfoot encounter is considered the first modern Sasquatch sighting.
Which is a scientific name given to Bigfoot?
According to the Bigfoot Field Researchers Association, which state boasts the most Bigfoot sightings?
Bigfoot's snow-loving cousin, the Yeti, is usually associated with which mountain range?
The term "Big Foot" was popularized after huge footprints were found at a construction site outside of Klamath, California, in what year?
Bigfoot plays a starring role in what 1980s movie?
"Harry and the Hendersons"
"Big, Tall and Smelly"
"Creature From the Deep Woods"
What company airs "Messin' with Sasquatch" commercials?
What now-relocated NBA team's mascot was a Sasquatch?
San Diego Clippers
According to the Bigfoot Field Researchers Organization, which is the only state without a Bigfoot sighting?
According to a 2007 Baylor Religion Survey, what percentage of Americans believe Bigfoot "absolutely" exists?
What duo captured the most famous film of Bigfoot at Bluff Creek, California, in 1967?
Hawthorne and Neal
Gimlin and Patterson
Davis and Walters
Which is NOT a television show about the search for Bigfoot?
"Where is Bigfoot?"
What is Arkansas's most famous Bigfoot?
Little Rock Longlegs
What state is home to the Bigfoot known as Grassman?
Which mountain range is home to Bigfoot's snow-loving counterpart, the Yeti?
The name "Yeti" is probably a mispronunciation of "Yeh-teh," a term for the creature used by what ethnic group?
Himalayan lore originally described the Yeti as:
a dark-furred creature resembling a gorilla
a tall, white-furred beast that walks on two legs
a blue human with icicles for hair
When did the first Westerner report a Yeti sighting?
The term "Abominable Snowman" has become synonymous with "Yeti" thanks to:
an ancient Sherpa religious text
a popular Nepalese novel
Whose 1951 footprint discovery brought worldwide attention to the Yeti?
Gyalzen Norbu Sherpa
A man named Tom Slick led three Yeti expeditions in the 1950s. What was his occupation?
One of the most famous television Yetis appeared in the 1964 stop-motion classic, "Rudolph, the Red-Nosed Reindeer." What was his name?
The Pangbouche Buddhist monastery in Nepal claims to possess what part of a Yeti?
What famous mountain climber participated in a Yeti expedition in 1960-61?