Check out this image of a Bigfoot trap I found while scratching around online. It’s supposed to be the genuine article. In terms of visuals it reminds me of this rhinoceros cage I saw once at a zoo. Not the pen in which they kept the rhinos. Rather it was the “create” they had used to transport the animal to the zoo. They’d left it out on the grounds for decoration and as an exhibit. It was bigger than I would imagine this Bigfoot trap to be, but looked to be fashioned of the same combination of wood reinforced with steel. And as is the case with the Bigfoot trap, I found myself wondering, as I gazed upon the crate, stepped inside of it, if it would have been able to keep the rhino inside if the rhino were really determined to get out.
Honestly, I’d have more faith in the rhino crate.
For one thing, you’d assume that some expert had crunched the numbers, measured the rhino’s size and projected strength against the integrity of the crate. With the Bigfoot trap, that’d all be so much guesswork. The trap looks strong enough to hold a human, easily. A chimpanzee. A gorilla, probably. But a Sasquatch? We would have to figure that a creature’s, in this case, Bigfoot’s, physical strength would be in direct proportion to its size. I don’t think this trap would hold a Bigfoot. I think Bigfoot would bust outta there in no time flat.