Matlox is a bigfoot-like cannibal giant described in legends in western Canada. The Matlox is described as being covered in stiff, black hair, having a large head similar to that of a human's, sharp fangs, long arms, and claws on each of it's fingers and toes.
José Mariano Mociño
José Mariano Mociño, a Spanish naturalists writes in his book "Noticias de Nutka: An Account of Nootka Sound in 1792", a description of the giant:
“I do not know what to say about Matlox, inhabitant of the mountainous district, of who all have an unbelievable terror. They imagine his body as very monstrous, all covered with stiff black bristles; a head similar to a human one, but with much greater, sharper, and stronger fangs than those of the bear; extremely long arms; and toes and fingers armed with long curved claws. His shouts alone (they say) force those who hear them to the ground, and any unfortunate body he slaps is broken into a thousand pieces.”