Those oral traditions also hint there is a possibility that modern sightings of Bigfoot might be attributed to a true. A living relative of us, provided that Home erectus (or a variant) managed to live another 300,000 years beyond what the archaeological record indicates. If this is the case, such a discovery would once again forever change the perception of scientific understanding of human evolution. The scientific community is astounded and readjusts thinking each time new ancient remains are discovered in the line of human history. Rightfully so, considering the comparison between the amount of physical evidence recovered versus the number of humans who have lived throughout Earth's history.
The probability factor of humanoid creatures still living in remote parts of the world today is surprisingly plausible with all things considered. Even the spread of modern human species over 200,000 years ago is still a long time for a lot to happen. Survival instincts evolve over time the same as growth of knowledge and understanding of the environment. Adapting to changing conditions is a key part of human survival. If a line of humans deviated from modern man hundreds of thousands of years ago, they would have to adapt to new threats, such as alternate genetic lines of humans, in the environment for survival.