Few creatures have more speculation and anecdotal evidence surrounding them than Sasquatch does. Before the 19th century, when stories about the mysterious “ape man” began circulating in the American West, most Native American tribes had their own legends surrounding the enigmatic creature. Sasquatch, most commonly spotted in the Pacific Northwest, is usually described as a bipedal ape-like creature, significantly larger than the average man, and completely covered in dark brown or reddish hair. In general, the scientific community remains skeptical about the existence of such an animal, but there are a lot of people out there who are confident that some sort of ape-man roams through the depths of North America’s most remote forests. Although there is more scientific evidence against the existence of Sasquatch than there is for it, many have devoted their lives to seeking out Bigfoot.