A creature similar to Bigfoot known for centuries to the Indians of northwestern Canada. It was supposedly captured in the summer of 1884 by the crewmen of a train. They described it as a gorilla-like creature standing less than five feet tall and weighing under 130 pounds. It had long black hair on its head and shorter, glossy hair covering the rest of its body. The only noises it uttered were barking growls, and it liked to eat berries and fresh milk. Jacko's keeper, George Telbury, planned to exhibit him in London, but no one knows what eventually happened to the creature.

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