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post #21 of 593

Looks like the bear is praying to the Porcelain Gods after a night of partying.

post #22 of 593

yuckyuck  that's hilarious!

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post #23 of 593

Red Bridge/Kinzua dam isnt very far from my house. its actually only a few minutes through the woods. this "big foot" was spotted not even 15 minutes from my house very recently. its kinda creepy...

post #24 of 593

The legs in the middle picture look too long for a bear...but I have an open mind about these things.

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post #25 of 593

Looks like a man-made hoax to me!!!! lau

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post #26 of 593

I believe there are all sorts of things out there.. seen and unseen.

BUT this is a bear with really bad mange.  One of the pics, where it's hard to really see the head, seems like the purportions are wrong.  After staring at it.. I decided it's an optical illusion from the angle, and say BEAR.  And I agree, the poor thing needs some help.


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post #27 of 593

I try to keep an open mind about things.  For instance, I look faithfully for Champ every time I am on the Lake Champlain ferry!  I've been watching for 40 years now and haven't seen him yet...
However, this certainly appears to be a starving bear with a horrific case of mange.  Very sad.  Hopefully it can be trapped and euthanized, the poor thing.  I'm sure it is quite miserable.
Bears actually have very long legs, they just don't appear this long in a well fleshed and furred healthy bear.

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post #28 of 593

It's a Wild Black Silkiemonkey.  We get those out here all the time.
They are attracted to toilets.

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post #29 of 593

yuckyuck  Hi-larious, as usual!

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Gettin' in touch with my KY roots: 2 dozen chickens: Polish, Ameraucanas, Naked Necks, Black Copper Marans, Production Reds, White Leghorns, Buff Orpingtons, Barred Rocks, 1 sheltie, 1 aussie, 1 heinz 57, 1 kitty, 1 turtle, and of course my 9 year old love of my life who loves animals just as much as her mom, and a very patient hubby , and hoping for more livestock!
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post #30 of 593
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Wild Black Silkiemonkey


Now thats SCARY!!!  barnie

Well I think  I stated before that I do not believe there is such a thing as bigfoot! But my DW does and goes to the web site all the time for the latest info. She is convinced that is why ther are no small animals around here. I think it is the bobcats! So as long as they dont attack the chickens during the day, they have a pass.

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1 daddy rancher, 1 mom rancher, 1 kiddo rancher (6 have already flown the coop),  1 suga dog; Being trained to be perfect chicken owners by BO's, easter eggers, Rhode Island reds, Black sex links. Barred rocks, White leghorns and one very fiesty OEGB roo and his girls !
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