Assertion: The existence of Sasquatch is highly possible
Assumption: Because of the dense forests which are located in the Northwest region of the United States.
Enthymeme: The existence of Sasquatch is plausible because of the dense forests which are located in the Northwestern region of the United States.
Sasquatch: Fact or Fiction?
Sasquatch is an unexplainable phenomenon that allegedly lives in the northwestern region of the United States. Many people claim to have seen this beast. Most others believe it is just a prank. However, there is no question that the dense forests of Washington, Oregon, and British Columbia are said to be home to the mighty, ever elusive creature, commonly known as Bigfoot. The existence of Sasquatch is plausible because of the dense forests which are located in the Northwestern region of the United States. There is a mountain of data comprised of facts, conjectures, and opinions both against and for the existence of Sasquatch.
This creature, which stands between seven and ten feet tall, is said to have an intimidating appearance which one will never forget. Sasquatch, who can weigh up to a whopping six hundred pounds, is covered in shaggy reddish-brown hair covering its entire body. Sasquatch has abnormally long muscular arms which, according to eyewitness reports, fall to just above its knees. Reports of Bigfoot describe it as having both female and male reproductive parts, which suggests it is possibly a primitive hominid. This of course means the creature has children the same way as humans do. Sasquatch is recognized to live far away from humans, deep within forests, so it can easily stay away from con...
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