Research can't take place without great scientists and researchers which we have many. We also have great leadership in our research department and want to introduce you to our Chief Scientist and Researcher.
Chief SkunkApe Scientist & Researcher
Our friend "Phossil Phil" has seen the SkunkApe more than once and is our Chief SkunkApe Scientist and Researcher for the SkunkApe Tracking Team.
Please email "Phossil Phil" with any information you may have at:
One of the first known sighting of a SkunkApe was in 1974 in the Florida Everglades. Since this time, many people and organizations have been following and researching this creature. There have been many reported sightings since 2000 and we have witnessed the migration north from the original sightings. As the “Official SkunkApe Tracking Website”, SkunkApes.com has deployed many researchers in search of truth. We have documented sightings in numerous U.S. states that prove the SkunkApe is migrating north. As you will see in our official tracking map, sightings have been reported in Florida, Georgia, South Carolina, Tennessee, North Carolina, Kentucky, Arkansas, Missouri, West Virginia and Virginia. Yes, 10 states! Most recent sightings have been in Tennessee, Kentucky, Virginia, Georgia and few in South Carolina. This migration pattern clearly depicts a movement north into a more moderate climate and abundant food. We will continue to keep the tracking map updated as reports are reported and confirmed. Please send reports and pictures if available to:
- If someone is a “Skeptical” investigator (i.e. US National Park Investigator), do you think they are going to open minded?
- The government considers the SkunkApe to be a hoax, they also say that flying saucers and aliens do not exist. We ask, do you believe the government?