Sunday, May 14, 2017

Bigfoot Peeling the Bark From Limbs


From Impossible Visits on youtube:

Except in the case of birches and pines, many branches, limbs, and tree trunks used in structures have been stripped of their covering. It seems likely that this is done in order to retard the rotting process, to make the elements of the structures, and thus the structures themselves, dry out quickly and last much longer. (Very commonly, too, you will find that the branches of the trunks and large limbs have all been snapped off—a deliberate act, not the result of any natural process of decay.) A second reason may be that bare wood tends to show up better in the forest when seen against a backdrop of ordinary trees. Finally, Sasquatch likely eat bark, which is rich in vitamins, minerals, and medicinal properties.

11 comments:

  1. Lots of animals eat clay to get essential minerals so i wouldn't be surprised if bigfoot ate bark for the same reason but what i've often wondered is how do they know? xx

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  2. Ive wondered about that too.Maybe its from thousands of years of trial and error.But im no expert and im new here.

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    1. Also I have heard that willow bark contains asprin.

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    2. You're going to want to shut up, "Dick Richards".

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    3. Yeah it could be that or the other thing i thought was collective consciousness? xx

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    4. I'm new here,and I think I deserve a little respect,Is that too much to ask?
      And by the way,Every week my pay check say's "RICHARDS DICK". I seriously doubt you people could make me feel any worse for ware.

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    5. And by the way miss PIB , I find litte humor in your "Quip"!

      sincerly DR

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    6. Welcome to Bigfoot Evidence, Dick.

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  3. Ive wondered about that too.Maybe its from thousands of years of trial and error.But im no expert and im new here.

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