Out of curiosity, do you guys in Britain have your own form of crypo creature like bigfoot? Like, for North America, Mexico has the Chupicabra, the U.S. has the Sasquatch (or bigfoot), and Canada has the Yeti. Do you guys have your own version of anything like that?
Could be possible. People have been known to buy exotic animals like tigers and things like that, not realizing that they aren't going to be little cuddly cubs forever. Then, because they can't tell anyone that they have an illegal pet, they release them into the wild. It's why the Everglades down in Florida are overrun with Boa Constrictors. Just a thought.
Plus, things like Kangaroos are known to show up in random places (there was just one in Oklahoma), so the idea of a big cat getting somewhere doesn't seem too far fetched. At least not to me. Unless they're saying there's a 'hidden' group of big cats in South England. That's a bit out there.
I've done my research and talked to people who have seen it. I'm actually down in Australia, and down here we get Yowies. They're extremely similar to Bigfoot but have different behavioural patterns and might be a different species. I can't actually remember where I heard about it having a hooded nose, I think it was one of Facebook/FindBigfoot's analysis videos. But it's clearly shown in the Patterson Gimlin footage from the 60s.
Not "Finding Bigfoot", while the show is entertaining, it's hoax-ridden. The team has come out and admitted that the company that produces it edits out key events. Like that thing they chased up a hill was a person from an unrelated third party who came to see them film.
Well, I'm guessing you know the basics but I'll say just in case. In context to the face, they have a coned head, they have a thick, protruding eyebrow ridge and eyes set deep into their sockets. They have long upper lips like a gorilla and generally have less hair on the skin of their face. Their shoulders are usually around 3 or 4 feet across. Their arms are longer than their legs, as opposed to humans. Their arms are usually around 60% of their total body height. They walk inline, so their knees seem to knock whenever they walk. That's why when you find footprints they're all in a straight line. When I said Facebook/FindBigfoot, that's actually a different organisation, they do analysis videos that prove whether or not a video can be a hoax.