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There have been 3,313 sightings of Bigfoot since 1921. 

And now we’ve mapped the mythical beast’s footsteps. Using data from reports collected in North America over the past 92 years by the Bigfoot Field Researchers Organization, Joshua Stevens, a Ph.D. candidate at Penn State, plotted the whereabouts of the hairy, ape-like biped, who has made “appearances” in every state but Hawaii. “Most real animals occupy a known habitable zone,” Stevens says. “Sasquatch isn’t so picky, it seems.” The most likely place to stumble upon the legendary creature—if it does indeed exist—is in Washington, where there have been 414 sightings, followed by California (246), and Florida (220). Bigfoot loves warm and cool climates? We can’t really blame the guy.

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