Floe Foxon, a scientist from the USA, has tried to solve the mysteries of Bigfoot, the two-legged giant ape, and Nessie, the Loch Ness monster, using statistics and data.

According to British reports, the expert wants to have found out about Bigfoot that the sightings could be a misidentified black bear. This is “very likely”.

Bears would sometimes walk on their hind legs so they could resemble giant ape-men. In addition, statistically speaking, there are enough black bears at the locations of the previous alleged Bigfoot sightings to be able to plausibly explain confusion.

With Nessie, on the other hand, the statistics don’t help either. Foxon considers the current theory that Nessie is actually a giant eel to be “vanishingly unlikely”. There are a lot of eels in Loch Ness, but they are no more than 60 to 80 centimeters long.

Foxon said the odds of a 20-foot eel swimming in Loch Ness are close to zero.

One could possibly explain Nessie with wave effects, tree trunks or a large mammal that occasionally crosses the lake. “I’d like to think there’s more to it than that. But that’s probably not the case,” Foxon told the Telegraph.”

The scientist doesn’t believe in Bigfoot or Nessie. The likelihood of finding a “Mesozoic reptile” or an “Early Pleistocene hominid” today is “vanishingly improbable.”

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