Gigantopithecus was mostly found in the Eastern regions what it is called today as Nepal, India, Vietnam, and China. The geographical location and the time frame are similar to the one which was also the presence of a lot of hominin species in that region (Ciochon, 2015). The species is believed to have been living in Asia and inhabiting bamboo forests for its abode (Ciochon et.al, 1996). The male species was roughly 3 meters tall and the females were half the size of the males. This species is not believed to have any pelvic or leg bones which make the locomotion of these species difficult to assume however there are two distinct beliefs of walking on two legs and also on all four legs. The food they ate was believed to be tough like the bamboo derived from the toughness of their teeth which were suitable for crushing and grinding and then chewing. Poirier and Mckee (1999) have suggested that the species could also be eating vegetables, seeds and fruits along with bamboo.