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Originally posted by Lonewulph
sprinkle a lot of talc powder below where the bait is hanging
I have a idea I'd like to get the other posters take on. The stump being knocked over every time he goes back to check up on the food and treats he's left out. I think what the sasquatch is communicating is sorta like when spy's leave a signal that they have either made or received the package drop. It's the animal's way of saying Hey was here, took the food, thanks. I wonder if the stump is overturned on days when there was no food left out or if it only happens when the food is left out for the animals to take. Also, this could be a method of communication similar to tree branch twisting and snapping to other sasquatches. As if to say hey was back at base camp (where ever the sasquatch family is bedding) I'm fine, going back out again. I dunno. Has any researchers commented on anything like that before or notices similar behavior?