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stizoler

Trail cam mystery?

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stizoler

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My friends and I are trying to figure out what the mystery animal is that I caught I one of my trail cameras this fall (note the glowing eyes in the trees in the red circle in the photo). What do you guys think it is?

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KNIGHT

Boy I am not sure....Eyes seem kinda far apart. Bigfoot?? crazy

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highlife4me

If that pic was taken close t Henderson it could be the Bucks's Lake Beast. eek

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tencountff

Owl. Or fallen angel

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Inthehollow

Maybe a horse

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Dave S

This sure looks like one of "those" pictures that's made it's rounds on the web. I'll call this one a hoax and a pirated picture as well.

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striker2160

I am interested in the bucks lake beast story please do tell.

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Ryan_V

'squach

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stizoler

This sure looks like one of "those" pictures that's made it's rounds on the web. I'll call this one a hoax and a pirated picture as well.

The only thing I added was the circle around the eyes. I think it is another coyote as the camera is facing down into a ravine. I don't think there is much squatch habitat around these parts.

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Leeroy

My first thought was a ManBearPig, but now thinking it could be a chupacabra!

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reinhard1

i would agree that that is just another coyote, just on an incline. good luck.

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sticknstring

If I had to guess, I'd say an owl.

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leech~~
i would agree that that is just another coyote, just on an incline. good luck.
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Musky Buck

If it was a bit shaggier I'd guess my mother in law or mad dog vachon.

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JayinMN

Its a reflection with in the camera of one of the 2 coyotes eyes. There is no animal where the circled eye balls are. The eyes just reflected or mirrored off something with in the camera.

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thatoneguy

I'm going to guess it's a juvenile giraffe.

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toughguy

I'm going to guess it's a juvenile giraffe.

IALTO grin

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sota4life

i'd say an owl.

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randallt

This is for sure a Yetti. They are known to feed on coyotes - this one is stocking the pack and my guess ate one of those just off camera.

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TonkaBass

Its a reflection with in the camera of one of the 2 coyotes eyes. There is no animal where the circled eye balls are. The eyes just reflected or mirrored off something with in the camera.

ditto

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Scoot

Lots of theories, but no clear answers... tough to tell!

Just curious- when and where did you get the pic?

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S.D. Ice Angular

This is for sure a Yetti. They are known to feed on coyotes - this one is stocking the pack and my guess ate one of those just off camera.

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RumRiverRat

IALTO grin

IALTO!

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stizoler

The picture was taken in mid December in the Waterville, Elysian, Morristown area. I haven't seen reflections in the camera before. Is this a common thing to happen in trail cameras? I don't think it was an owl as the width is too wide! Thanks for all the replies. I am still trying to figure this one out!

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EBass

Is there something metal in the tree where assumed juvenile girrafe/Yeti/Manbearpig would be standing? The Yotes eyes are circle while the mysterious dots look sqaure to me.

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