Mysterious Beast Slaughters Bunnies in Ukraine !

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posted on Oct, 26 2012 @ 09:50 PM
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Originally posted by zonetripper2065
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Hope they didnt get beezzer,




Where is he? Did it get him?




posted on Oct, 26 2012 @ 09:50 PM
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Originally posted by zonetripper2065
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Hope they didnt get beezzer,



I hope beezzer was one of the fallen...looking at his post history, it would seem about time.





posted on Oct, 26 2012 @ 09:53 PM
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Originally posted by facelift

Originally posted by zonetripper2065
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Hope they didnt get beezzer,



I hope beezzer was one of the fallen...looking at his post history, it would seem about time.



Uncool.
Where did I put that holy hand grenade?



posted on Oct, 26 2012 @ 09:58 PM
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Originally posted by badgerprints

Originally posted by facelift

Originally posted by zonetripper2065
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Hope they didnt get beezzer,



I hope beezzer was one of the fallen...looking at his post history, it would seem about time.



Uncool.
Where did I put that holy hand grenade?



You didn't put it anywhere, as I placed it in your bottle of Viagra.





posted on Oct, 26 2012 @ 10:16 PM
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Fox. Mink is a good second but the footprints are nothing like a dog's whereas a fox print is though considerably smaller. In snow size can be hard to determine though.
Foxes are known to do this with chickens and nesting shore birds.



posted on Oct, 26 2012 @ 10:21 PM
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Geez, I saw this and thought about saying something about Beezer. I see a lot of people covered everything I was going to say before I got here.



posted on Oct, 26 2012 @ 10:30 PM
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ah the cute bunny beezer trick. its been a favourite of bunny killers since the 1800's.
did ats throw out that dunking stool?
well ive got some thumb screws you can borrow.



posted on Oct, 26 2012 @ 10:30 PM
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When a mink or fox get into a henhouse, it's a done deal, they're wiggle in, or dig their way in and all the chickens are in an open area, the animal can then wreak havoc. What makes me wonder about the rabbits is that they're in individual hutches. Each hutch has a latch. Granted the latches look relatively simple, but it's hard to say how much effort is needed to turn those latches. Additionally, I have to wonder how the offending animal was able to open the latches on the UPPER level hutches? Hang from the chicken mesh of the cage, then reach over and open each latch? Seems like a lot of time and effort for an animal to me. Bizarre.



posted on Oct, 26 2012 @ 10:51 PM
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Probably a sick human being is killing those rabbits and soon they've graduate to killing people.



posted on Oct, 27 2012 @ 09:41 AM
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Originally posted by Ben81
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I will unleash Beezer on him you can be sure about that
so he can avenge them all
big poppa rabbit will not be pleased by this thread
sorry about your childrens mate

my condoleance

RIP to the 73 assasinated bunnies
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Oh my god, even though I've only been around a week or so my first thought was still "OH NO, has Beezzer seen this yet?!?! He`s gonna need extra cookies Ithink!

As for the mink idea, would a mink smother some bunnies in their cage?or would any animal, aside from a sick human, do that?



posted on Oct, 27 2012 @ 10:52 AM
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Possibly a wolverine? I can see how the dogs might not want to mess with one
en.wikipedia.org...

Their range has been shifting and they're turning up further south these days
www.livescience.com...

They are apparently mostly scavengers, so it doesn't explain why it would break in just to kill rabbits

the prints are dog-like

This is interesting :-)
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posted on Oct, 27 2012 @ 12:55 PM
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Originally posted by butcherguy
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Sounds like the work of a mink.

Agreed.
While reading the story, I was thinking that it sounded like the work of a weasel.
A weasel will kill every chicken in a henhouse, in one night. They don't eat them.


Mink, weasel, ferret, same family. They do this because they are prey driven. The more prey, the higher the frenzy. I lost many many chickens one year. Dead chickens all over the barn and in my barnyard. It was a massacre. Never did catch the critter. Rabbits easily die from fright heart attacks. What evidence is there that the rabbits smothered to death? Only an autopsy would tell. Has that been done?
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posted on Oct, 27 2012 @ 01:04 PM
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Originally posted by Gridrebel

Originally posted by butcherguy
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Sounds like the work of a mink.

Agreed.
While reading the story, I was thinking that it sounded like the work of a weasel.
A weasel will kill every chicken in a henhouse, in one night. They don't eat them.


Mink, weasel, ferret, same family. They do this because they are prey driven. The more prey, the higher the frenzy. I lost many many chickens one year. Dead chickens all over the barn and in my barnyard. It was a massacre. Never did catch the critter.


If i had a farm with many animals to protect
has a sheppard i would put at least 2 night cam that run 24/24 covering everything
with big spot lights that have detection movements on the other side of the fence
and a small electric wire between my double fence near the ground
that would give a little choc to any intruders that cross the first fence

+ whenever there is a electric choc that is release .. it would send an alarm on my iphone !

i like having control and avoid to have any bad surprises during my much needed sleep hours



posted on Oct, 27 2012 @ 01:05 PM
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I'm still wondering how minks/weasels/foxes opened the latches on dozens of individual hutches, both at ground level and at (human) eye level?

I think it might have been a demented person in this case. Ukraine has some SERIOUS issues with animal cruelty and believe it or not,cruel/demented "rabbit killers" aren't that uncommon there.



posted on Oct, 27 2012 @ 01:12 PM
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Originally posted by facelift

Originally posted by badgerprints

Originally posted by facelift

Originally posted by zonetripper2065
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Hope they didnt get beezzer,



I hope beezzer was one of the fallen...looking at his post history, it would seem about time.



Uncool.
Where did I put that holy hand grenade?



You didn't put it anywhere, as I placed it in your bottle of Viagra.





I wondered what happened there.
Got dizzy from excessive blood loss.
She made me a BIG breakfast the next morning.
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posted on Oct, 27 2012 @ 08:34 PM
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Originally posted by SilverWraith
I'm still wondering how minks/weasels/foxes opened the latches on dozens of individual hutches, both at ground level and at (human) eye level?

I think it might have been a demented person in this case. Ukraine has some SERIOUS issues with animal cruelty and believe it or not,cruel/demented "rabbit killers" aren't that uncommon there.
A weasel can squeeze through a hole just larger than a silver dollar. They are built long and skinny in order to work their way through rodent burrows.
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posted on Oct, 27 2012 @ 08:40 PM
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Originally posted by butcherguy

Originally posted by SilverWraith
I'm still wondering how minks/weasels/foxes opened the latches on dozens of individual hutches, both at ground level and at (human) eye level?

I think it might have been a demented person in this case. Ukraine has some SERIOUS issues with animal cruelty and believe it or not,cruel/demented "rabbit killers" aren't that uncommon there.
A weasel can squeeze through a hole just larger than a silver dollar. They are built long and skinny in order to work their way through rodent burrows.
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I missed that part.
Latches at eye level.
Might have been a person but what about the dogs not barking.
Could have been someone the dogs knew.



posted on Oct, 27 2012 @ 09:09 PM
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This looks like a dog attack to me, when I had pet rats, my dog did the same. Killed 2 of them, broken necks and no blood. Could be just a dog reacting to the scared and fleeing rabbits. :\



posted on Oct, 27 2012 @ 09:31 PM
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Originally posted by butcherguy

Originally posted by SilverWraith
I'm still wondering how minks/weasels/foxes opened the latches on dozens of individual hutches, both at ground level and at (human) eye level?

I think it might have been a demented person in this case. Ukraine has some SERIOUS issues with animal cruelty and believe it or not,cruel/demented "rabbit killers" aren't that uncommon there.
A weasel can squeeze through a hole just larger than a silver dollar. They are built long and skinny in order to work their way through rodent burrows.
edit on 27-10-2012 by butcherguy because: (no reason given)


If all the rabbits had been found dead in their hutches, I'd be apt to go with the weasel theory. But how would the weasel "thread" those 70+ rabbits back out through it's silver dollar entry sized hole ? I guess that second question is moot anyway because the cages are ripped apart in some cases. A weasel, I don't think, would be capable of ripping apart the mesh, or pulling the doors off, or, in some cases, opened the latches?

I could see a fox or dog type animal having the strength to rip away at the hutches mesh, but even then ripping away at enough hutches to free and kill 70 rabbits seems a bit much. And, would that same dog or fox be able to pull the entire door off as seen in the video? Or have enough leverage to pull the mesh/doors off the top level hutches? And why rip some hutches apart but some are simply opened up without damage? I dunno. Just saying it looks, to me, a bit odd. I personally don't believe in chupacabra, but I do whole heartedly accept terrestrial animals, it's just that the circumstances don't seem entirely right for a standard prey driven animal attack, if only because of the individual hutches and the different ways the hutches were apparently opened.



posted on Oct, 27 2012 @ 09:38 PM
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True.

I was talking from my butt. I hadn't watched the video. I did now, and you are correct.
Now we are back to a chupacabra.. Or a dog. Or a crazy person.

Since they had doglike tracks, I will go with dog/dogs. I think the dogs that supposedly didn't make noise were actually barking their heads off, but the owner didn't hear them because he was drunk off his arse.
oops, now I am talking out my butt again. Oh well.






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