posted on Jan, 27 2019 @ 09:04 PM
a reply to: Aallanon
Looks like a giant elk antlers. Whatever it is, its pretty sneaky, like it says in the video at the 14 to 17 second mark it moves and stops dead to
the bank of those threes blending its antlers or whatever they are with the trees. But if you track its movement you can see were it stops and see its
horns or whatever it is, peek out and camouflaged with the branches of the trees.
And at the 48 min mark just as the camera is moving up and away from its direction it starts moving to the right again. So whatever it is, it was
probably watching and waiting for the camera guy to move his line of sight or body away from its trajectory. And when he or whoever is filming pans
back it seems to be gone. That or either standing still again blending in again. And then the video ends.
Could be elk, looks like antlers. But if it is? Thats a freaking hella huge elk. And in nature if you stand extremely still most things wont notice
you, especially if you blend into the background like that. Its hunting 101, both for predator and prey.
Its funny though. Most people say that animals have a sixth sense, like dogs and cats. But I have taken my dog into the woods. And more then once I
snuck up on him and scared the # out of him, simply just going real slow at it from behind. That whole thing about animals having a sixth sense, is
pure bull#. And there were so many times were the guy missed wild animals which were practically in front of him, nose and all.
Watching my dog in the wild was like watching a blind, deaf, and dump kind just constantly miss the mark which was right in front of it.
Lets just say that if I had to rely on my dog or really any domesticated dog to track and go though the wild for any long period of time. I would
likely be dead. Wild animals though. Are more used to there element.