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Unidentified animal seen on trail cam

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Can you help identify this animal from the picture shown here?

It is unclear if this is an unverified picture of a “Bigfoot.” It was recently discovered on a “trail cam” placed in the nearby mountains.

It was surprising, to say the least, when I discovered the image on the camera’s disc. What in the world can this be?

http://www.southwest...n-on-trail-cam/

Click on the image to enlarge.

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ONE picture. It is part of Sassy's signature MO.

(ONE footprint being another)

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Whoa! What is that? Kinda looks like a monkey.... :\

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a bear with mange perhaps.. here are a few pictures to compare along side the original.

That was my first thought.

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Well, it has a tail and so far as I know Bigfoots aren't supposed to have tails. At least that's what all the so called experts say. That does look like a bear with mange or some kind of skin problem. Unfortunately, wild bears don't make regular trips to the vet like they should.

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I agree it looks like a bear with mange.

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There is nothing about this photo that says "Bigfoot". I agree, looks like a bear with mange or a pic of a primate in a wildlife preserve. Doesn't even look like a trail cam pic to me.

There is nothing large and muscular about the animal, which is one of the characteristics of Bigfoot sightings.

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I'm gonna go with primate of some type, Hard to tell from the angle but the front appendages appear to be longer than the rear IMO.

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What is it with the mange infestations on wild animals these days... poor things.

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It looks like a sloth to me?

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goofy bear or BS.

consider the odds of so many pictured vs no physical evidence for bigfeet. occam would puke if you said, "yes but what about..."

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There is nothing large and muscular about the animal,

'Tis but a wee biff lass, MM.

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somebody feed that skinny bear please!!!

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Black bears don't bulk up like the Browns/Grizzlies/Kodiaks do. In fact, when they get shaved by a vet for some reason they look plumb emaciated.

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Well, it has a tail and so far as I know Bigfoots aren't supposed to have tails. At least that's what all the so called experts say. That does look like a bear with mange or some kind of skin problem. Unfortunately, wild bears don't make regular trips to the vet like they should.

Well until having a tail is convenient that is.

But yeah, this is definitely a bear with some issues.

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I think it is a whale.

Look at the below pic and compare it with the one in the OP.

Exact match, just different angles.

blue+whale+infoatinternet.blogspot.jpg

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I vote bear, with or without mange.

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Well, it has a tail and so far as I know Bigfoots aren't supposed to have tails. At least that's what all the so called experts say. That does look like a bear with mange or some kind of skin problem. Unfortunately, wild bears don't make regular trips to the vet like they should.

I looked very hard, Ken, I don't see a tail. of course, my eyes suck but... LOL

The hair around the head area looks longer than it should and reminds me of an orangutan.

But it is a good pic

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Wow! About time someone got a clear pic of Bigfoot! Did they find the footprints?

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The pic comes from my neck of the woods. It is a bear in poor health.

I DL'ed the pic and blew it up. You can see the tail, and you can also plainly see it clawing into the base of the rotting tree stump.

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I looked very hard, Ken, I don't see a tail. of course, my eyes suck but... LOL

The hair around the head area looks longer than it should and reminds me of an orangutan.

But it is a good pic

Wow, if you can't see that then you really do need to see a doctor about those eyes. It's a stumpy thing, bears don't have tails like lions.

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Bear or escaped chimp.

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I'm going to say sloth, don't care where it was taken, just look at the similarities, it looks exactly like one. And I've seen one in real life so, yes its a sloth. (Maybe, probably not).

:)

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It looks like a black bear to me. It also doesn't look like a trail cam pic at all. Where is the time and date stamp that most all trail cam pics show? Also, just one photo? I have my cams set for at least 3 photos a minute.

Mike

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