Thursday, January 28, 2016

Do Skunk Apes Ambush Their Prey?


Researcher Tim Fasano finds a large wild hog wallow in the woods, which he theorizes should be a major hunting area for the skunk apes, but he doesn't find any evidence this is taking place. Could it be that the skunk apes are smart enough to not disrupt this opportunity, and instead are picking off the game by ambushing individuals on the game trails instead?


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    1. This site is showing desperation if all they got are Tim Fisanknows vids every other day

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    2. Poopstain Wayne & Struetalfart have ruined this famous bigfoot location. And now they sit & plan bigfoot hoaxes on other research locations with Mitchell Wilson in order to ruin those locations too. Losers. They have a lot of brainless people who cant think for themselves supporting their little circus too. Good job Matt Knapp. Way to be sucked in by losers.

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    3. Shit when I heard T-FATS talk about wallowing in the mud I though for sure he was going to jump in the mud. But I'll give you one thing Timbo, you do put the fieldwork in the skunk ape game.

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  2. its tham bigfeets agains thays keepon takin me chickins ans hawgs tham critters bein heers fer yeers

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    1. whut yous asayin heers caws me dawgs gits onry seein tham bigfeets heers

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    2. ^ awww , hot dang bhoy,hot dang

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  3. let me just say - basement dwellers have the best of both worlds, staying @ home with all the comforts, and having plenty of FREE TIME to research bigfoots : )

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    1. You seem to dedicate the same amount of time expressing hate for an idea that scares you. Maybe if you dedicated a bit of that time to actually learning about the subject, you'd ascertain why people are so fascinated.

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