You will wonder how I can
be so confident that these sounds are from juvenlie sasquatches. It is not just
a guess. I have heard these sounds myself in places were groups of us saw tracks
and/or heard other sounds indicating juvenile sasquatches in the area.
Even if I had not heard these
same sounds myself a few times in those circumstances, I would have suspected
these were juvenile sasquatches, especially after challenging anyone to find a recording of
known species in North America that matches the "Yonah Song" recording. It
still would have made a lot of sense. These two recordings from different
parts of North America
sound similar to gibbons in Indonesia.
Gibbons are related to Orangutans
and ancient Gigantopithecus (Gigantos). Young gigantos probably made
sounds similar to gibbons today. If descendants of gigantos are
around today, or there is a similar
off-shoot of the gibbon or Giganto lineage ... you would expect to hear calls
from what sounds like a very large gibbon. Gigantos etc. would call out to find eachother and
communicate from a distance this way through the forest.
Here are the two
recordings. Below them I have included a YouTube video of gibbon vocalizations.
Compare all three.
If you know an animal sound expert then you can relay
the challenge that I made about the Ohio Howl recording in the 1990's:
If you think it is a recording of known species then kindly find a recording
from North America (not from a zoo) that is similar. Nearly 30 years have passed
since then without anyone able to identify it.
YONAH MOUNTAIN GEORGIA ;
August 5, 2020
MOGOLLON RIM ARIZONA ; May 14, 2023
The "Yonah Song" reocrding obtained by hiker Miranda Love
The "Mogollon Monster" recording by Tony
COMPARE TO THE GIBBON RECORDING FROM BORNEO (Note: There
are no coyotes in Borneo)