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- Sun, 26 Aug 2018 13:06:08 EST a+keWaTo No.74845
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Show em the Bigfoot print pics.
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Basil Dissleworth - Mon, 03 Sep 2018 11:04:11 EST sI0TB1u6 No.74884 Reply
>>74845
Looks like a random hole in the mud to me op
Aint no samsquanch in those woods
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Archie Crossletirk - Mon, 03 Sep 2018 17:16:15 EST hbGjJd0p No.74887 Reply
You can tell this was made with a cast because the inside of the depression is completely flat. In a real track, the depression is uneven based on the weight distribution and speed of the stride.
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Angus Drundlegold - Tue, 04 Sep 2018 10:44:44 EST a+keWaTo No.74893 Reply
>>74887
This is like the third time I've posted these pics and every single time somebody mentions this.

It was not a cast. I found it after it rained one night.
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Rebecca Dommlesidging - Tue, 04 Sep 2018 11:55:24 EST hbGjJd0p No.74894 Reply
>>74893
Ok then where is the other print? Or is it a one legged Big Foot? More pics? Bigfoot tits or gtfo? To establish something is a track, you need multiple impressions. As it is, this is just a vaguely foot shaped hole in the ground...
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Angus Drundlegold - Tue, 04 Sep 2018 12:50:23 EST a+keWaTo No.74896 Reply
This area in the ground was specifically unstable and uneven. I walked around it and started to fall in.
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Angus Drundlegold - Tue, 04 Sep 2018 12:50:56 EST a+keWaTo No.74897 Reply
>>74896
But, rest assured, this is not my foot. or a mold.
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WM - Tue, 04 Sep 2018 23:22:50 EST 8/KdvSav No.74900 Reply
I want to believe the sneaky ape theory so bad.

Thousands of monkeys just beyond our camera lenses and fingertips. They're more aware of us than we are of them. It's like having a furry brother who always watches you from the bushes.
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John Buvingdire - Wed, 05 Sep 2018 14:33:25 EST eyeJsiXl No.74902 Reply
>>74900
I can imagine a type of primate that only lives in mating pairs. Sending the children off to live themselves isolated when they are old enough to do so, until they find mates of their own and live in a pair. They could have low birth rate, and that would keep their numbers small.

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