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originally posted by: OccamsRazor04
a reply to: Gordi The Drummer
Yeah the person who filmed it doesn't want credit so he gave it to a click bait YouTuber.
originally posted by: Gordi The Drummer
a reply to: surfer_soul
yeah, it's hard from the resolution to make out how thick that sucker is!
The guys analysis is (I believe) based on the length of the "tree" thrown (by comparing it to the size of the "creature" throwing it, and comparing it to similarly sized trees of that type).
i.e. IF the creature is around 6 feet tall, but we can only see the upper half (approx 3 feet of torso/head etc) then the "tree" must be around 12 feet long (because it's around 4 times the length of the visible torso).
I think he also mentioned that if the thrower is only 5 feet tall, (with 2.5 foot showing) that the "tree" would therefore be around 10 feet tall.
I think 10-12 feet tall is pretty big for a sapling?
Also - the way that it lands looks to me like it has some weight and substance to it. It doesn't seem to flex and bend like a sapling would? It is hard to tell though.