Sunsquatch, the only eclipse map you need

Posted to Maps  |  Tags:  |  Nathan Yau

It’s solar eclipse time. There have been a lot of maps leading up to this point, but this one by Joshua Stevens is the only one you really need. The overlap between sasquatch sightings and the total eclipse path.

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Each dot represents a data point. Collectively, geographic patterns emerge.

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