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In Africa, researchers have found that porcupines are opportunists, and use both brown and spotted hyena dens that have naturally leftover bones in them. Also gathering bones themselves, certain African porcupines have been found to typically collect only degreased and defatted bones....
The odds are more highly in favor of Bigfoot bones and bodies never being found than being found. But if they are ever found, might Bigfoot teeth or old bones possibly will be discovered near or in porcupine habitation sites.
Originally posted by ravenshadow13
This does make sense. If porcupines hoard bones, and when bigfoot individuals die they leave bones behind, therefore porcupines could hoard bigfoot bones.