State laws which prohibit killing or harming Sasquatch
Green states have protective laws, Red states do not, Black states are being researched.

Note that the laws are not quoted for each state researched.  The reason for this is that some are quite voluminous, and would require several pages for one state.  But each state has been personally researched by me, notes taken and stored, and in most cases expert opinion was solicited and received from legal authorities in the state being researched.  If anyone has reason to believe any entry is innacurate, contact me and I will provide the pertinent laws, or even repeat the investigation for that state.if contrary evidence can be shown.
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No current legal protection
Current laws protect all non-game species, including un-documented ones.
Current laws protect all non-game species, including un-documented ones.
No current legal protection
Current laws protect all non-game species, including un-documented ones.
Current laws protect all non-game species, including un-documented ones.
Still researching
NATIVE species protected, EXPANSION species are not.
Current laws protect all non-game species, including un-documented ones.
Current laws protect all non-game species, including un-documented ones.
Current laws protect all non-game species, including un-documented ones.
No current legal protection
No current legal protection
No current legal protection
No current legal protection
Current laws protect all non-game species, including un-documented ones.
Still researching
Still researching
Current laws protect all non-game species, including un-documented ones.
Still researching
Current laws protect all non-game species, including un-documented ones.
Still researching
No current legal protection
Current laws protect all non-game species, including un-documented ones.
Current laws protect all non-game species, including un-documented ones.
Still researching
No current legal protection
Still researching
Still researching
Current laws protect all non-game species, including un-documented ones.
No current legal protection
Still researching
Protection afforded under Cruetly to Animals statute.
Still researching
Current laws protect all non-game species, including un-documented ones.
Still researching
No current legal protection
Current laws protect all non-game species, including un-documented ones.
Still researching
Still researching
Current laws protect all non-game species, including un-documented ones.
Current laws protect all non-game species, including un-documented ones.
Still researching
Still researching
Still researching
Still researching
Newly discovered native species are protected automatically.
No hunting permitted at all
No current legal protection
Still researching
Still researching