YouTube wildlife documentarian Coyote Peterson has posted photos of what he claims is a “Bigfoot skull” that he found in British Columbia.
Peterson broke the news on Facebook, explaining that he found “a large primate skull in British Columbia”, smuggled it through customs and TSA, and has placed the skull “in a secure location awaiting primatologist review.”
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According to Peterson, he though it was a bear skull when he found it, but is now “100% sure” it is not. He also warns that he is “sure these pics will be taken down… as will probably the video by government or state park officials… but the skull is safe.”
Referred to as ‘The King of Sting,’ Peterson created his YouTube channel in 2014 and became known for his encounters with the world’s most dangerous, and often misunderstood, species. He now has over 20 million followers.
Peterson won an International Emmy Kids Award in 2015 for his online series, Breaking Trail, and since 2017, has held a Guinness World Record for the most-subscribed account dedicated to animals.
He has fronted Animal Planet’s Coyote Peterson: Brave the Wild, and has also appeared on day and night-time talk shows including Conan, and The Late Show with Stephen Colbert.
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