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Originally posted by muse7
I'm going with a girzzly bear on this one
Originally posted by SergeantTrammelant
Here's the footage stabilized, zoomed and color corrected.
I guess that would probably be instinctive behavior. and yeah, aside from Humans, I can't think of any other living creature that would do that.
Originally posted by TheEthicalSkeptic
Yes, when you zoom in and watch, he is walking along the log and loses his balance and throws out his left arm to regain balance.
Which creature, of all in the world, does that? hmmmmm........ That is a puzzler....
I'm not entirely sure what you mean by that↑, but Humans are dirty, greedy, stupid, and mean. Staying in hiding would be the smart move. Making contact would be the stupid move.
Originally posted by Schillinger
If this creature was real it would be either too stupid to keep hidden as long as it has or smart enough to make contact on it's own. It's hard to miss a 12 foot tall ape.
He/it/whatever was definitely not flying.
Originally posted by SquirrelNutz
Typical UFO bvllsh:t.... shaky cam.... no zoom... *sigh*
Originally posted by predator0187
A couple were hiking on a logging road above one of the lakes in Mission, BC, when taking photos of the scenic views they spotted something moving. Even though they were a fair distance away they were still able to zoom in enough to see something standing upright.
Originally posted by BrokenCircles.....anyways, One person(some sort of scientist) was talking about the DNA he had tested that was allegedly from something thought to possibly be Bigfoot hair. I don't know much about DNA, but he was claiming that 1 specific section of the DNA strand was almost identical to part of Human DNA. Aside from that 1 little section, most of it wasn't even close to Human.
Originally posted by LesMisanthrope
Here's a bear walking upright for comparison:
Originally posted by superman2012
My thoughts are:
Why, in this age of electronics, do people not know how to use their zoom button?
Blurry photos are right in league with far away photos. Why bother?