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I don't know that anyone has reported observing

a Sasquatch actually twisting a sapling. The saplings, most about 2-3 inches, have been bent over at around 7-8 ft. from the ground, then twisted around 180 degrees or so and left, presumably as some kind of marker for other Sasquatches. There are photos and videos of these from many states on numerous sites pertaining to Bigfoot.

In some cases it is easy to imagine the saplings snapping and splintering under a heavy snow load but hard to see how they were twisted. Also hard to see how any other animal would do this. In cases where the twists are fresh in the middle of summer, snow load can certainly be discounted. Most that are found are not fresh however. It seems they would have to be made by something with hands.

New Hampshire and Ecuador.