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  Sylvanic 2010 October expedition (1)

Sylvanic 2010 October expedition (1)
Image credit: Todd Standing

Uploader comment: The Sylvanic team would like to thank Radium RCMP for their cooperation and Kimberly Search and rescue. More then half a dozen of the still photographs Todd Standing captured are in perfect focus of this creature. As well as in direct Sunlight.. The videos taken are of the same animal Zoomed in another 35%. Those videos are currently being examined in detail. More info at sylvanic.com

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Comment icon #10 Posted by DieChecker on 9 December, 2010, 9:12
Wish you had posted the other 5. When and where can we see them??
Comment icon #9 Posted by Sakari on 9 December, 2010, 15:56
How come RCMP has no record at all of rescuing you?...None , zero ?..
Comment icon #8 Posted by Miketar on 6 January, 2011, 23:04
You know, that looks like one of my sisters's old barbie dolls painted brown with the hair pulled back.
Comment icon #7 Posted by LOOKIN-UP-2 on 23 January, 2011, 4:55
Sorry, but it looks C.G. to me.
Comment icon #6 Posted by Dyoerr on 25 January, 2011, 2:17
seems fake to me the eyes seem like something a taxidermist would use.
Comment icon #5 Posted by msm57 on 8 February, 2011, 1:49
Sorry, but does not look real. Zoomed in & looks like sculpture or lots of make-up & fuzzy "hoodie".
Comment icon #4 Posted by Wondercookie on 19 February, 2011, 4:52
It's to perfect. In focus, planned, in focus...he's even posing, for Pete's Dragon. The face has no life to it, the eyes no expression. Looks like an artist's creation positioned for an obvious fake.
Comment icon #3 Posted by StarChild 83 on 19 March, 2011, 19:15
looks like a statue or something.
Comment icon #2 Posted by Miketar on 25 April, 2011, 20:14
Wook at da coot wittle weddy bear!
Comment icon #1 Posted by kitco on 18 June, 2011, 23:25
Look's photoshoped


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