Wildlife officials say the possibility of bigfoot existing in East Texas is extremely remote. The key element, is tangible evidence.
"My opinion is they're not all animal as most people think they are, they're not human as we know it either," says the Dallas area photographer who claims he caught bigfoot on film.
The man is convinced that its proof bigfoot exists in East Texas.
"I've been out there I've seen them," he says.
Researchers think his photographs do show something is there.
"You have something interesting and very compelling, in an area that there's been known activity, its not definitive," says Mike Hall of Texla Cryptozoological Research.
But there are some down to earth scientific questions that need to be answered. What does a 4-to-500 pound , 8-to-9 foot animal need as far as habitat , food, and water? And how can something that big simply vanish in the East Texas woods?"
Ag agent Hugh Soape , viewed the video , and has questions