Originally posted by kdog1982
Looks like something,don't know what,eating the bark off a tree.
What it is ,well that's still up for debate.
Chew on this: Bits of food stuck in the two-million-year-old teeth of a human ancestor suggest some of our forebears ate tree bark, a new study says. A first ever find for early human ancestors, the bark evidence hints at a woodsier, more chimplike lifestyle for the Australopithecus sediba species. Other so-called hominins alive at the time are thought to have dined mostly on savanna grasses.
Plant fibres have been found embedded in the teeth of Gigantopithicus Blacki finds, which could be tree bark. Indeed the wear and flattening of their teeth is similar to that found in Panda teeth, which suggests a lifetime of chewing highly fibrous food like Bamboo.
I dont know if the video is fake or not but if Gigantopithicus Blacki was still alive today, how could there possibly be enough of them to maintain a viable population and a healthy gene pool? As sightings are so infrequent there can't be more than 100 of them in the entire USA...They would have to resort to inbreeding with all the nasty consequences that would bring.