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Alleged 'river troll' photographed in Mississippi


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Seems just pareidolia to me, lights and shadows playing tricks on the eyes, but my phone is small my eyes are old so there very well could be a creature involved i understand raccoons have one step on the other side most of the time.

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This is beer men pig, not to be confused with bear man pig.

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feral hogzilla

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Nothing to look at here everyone, just my ex wife that's all!

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It is a boar, you can see it's white teeth and the reflection of it's head in the water, came to drink.
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Looks like an Irish Wolfhound looking down to drink, the white/grey spots are it's eyebrows and the dark underneath, it's eyes.

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What an amazing, clear shot ;).  Who knows what it is exactly.  

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Chupacabra 

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Escaped koala. 

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Wow, surprising how bad a picture can be from only 25 yards away.  Must be the same person that photographs Nessie, Bigfoot, and other mythological creatures.

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Not a goatman. But a PYGMY goatman. 

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18 hours ago, onlookerofmayhem said:

Escaped koala. 

I think I saw a video/doco that showed Koalas can swim.

Maybe might be a swamp hyrax.

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Not at all convinced that it is a live creature. I just think it is some tree limb sticking up out of the water, and it just so happens to look somewhat like a face. 
There are many pieces of timber in the pic that have the same shade of white as the supposed eyes of the alleged creature. That's all it is. 

 

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On 4/1/2022 at 2:13 PM, BadChadB33 said:

Nothing to look at here everyone, just my ex wife that's all!

Wow man that's absurd and rude.  That is clearly MY ex wife.

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The photo is not impressive at all, but it gains importance with the addition of the naked eye sighting with binoculars and description.

Here we go:

Papameter Reading

35% Paranormal/Crypto     45% Natural     20% Hoax

 

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On 4/1/2022 at 6:59 AM, jethrofloyd said:

It's probably a some weird-looking nocturnal animal.

It's just brush reflected on the surface of the river.  

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In fact, there is nothing like this in this picture!
This is nothing more than a fantasy!
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On 4/3/2022 at 4:45 PM, papageorge1 said:

The photo is not impressive at all, but it gains importance with the addition of the naked eye sighting with binoculars and description.

Here we go:

Papameter Reading

35% Paranormal/Crypto     45% Natural     20% Hoax

 

Omg, did one of the seven seals break?

Papa actually didnt rate paranormal as most likely, sure he still listed it as possible but for PG this is a huge step, keep up the good work.

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On 4/3/2022 at 7:35 PM, and then said:

It's just brush reflected on the surface of the river.  

You think just brush, it does as some have said it have a vauge look of a pig or dog drinking from the pond.

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Well, could it be a nutria or raccoon? I see what appears to be eyes and a nose. Could even be some sort of wild cat.
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