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Old 01-19-2013, 02:38 PM   #43
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Foxes wouldnt take on a dog.. Coyotes, it depends but very rare.
Coyotes have become pretty bold around here and neighbors have had some pretty bad things happen to their small dogs as a result of coyotes but no way they will want anything to do with anything larger than 20lbs or so.

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Old 01-19-2013, 03:12 PM   #44
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My brother lives in the NW corner of Arkansas and they hear the screams at night also. He is being told it is a panther or cougar.
Boy that's good news...... That's where we are .....
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If not a Sasquatch it might be his cousin a Yeti??
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Here's a rabbit screaming, just in case you missed this particular one: Screaming Rabbit - YouTube

And now, at the risk of totally creeping everyone out, especially you : Are you SURE that what you heard was not a human being?
Thanks,, but not a rabbit... We were both out there to get our boy, her with leash and me with spotlight and 'something' else... We both totally agree it was animal. 'Any" doubt about something like that and sherriff would be out here.
It was a little shorter in duration than the squeal of the rabbit you sent.
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Old 01-19-2013, 03:22 PM   #47
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If not a Sasquatch it might be his cousin a Yeti??
You're full of good news,,,, a whole family of the stinky things...... Maybe it was just a Possum......
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You're full of good news,,,, a whole family of the stinky things...... Maybe it was just a Possum......
hey, let's not be besmirching my relatives eh; Possums have feelings too, yah know. Sheesh!!
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How 'bout a badger?
Your neck-of-the-woods supposedly has them...Badger Screams sounds - YouTube
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I actually thought about that... Some people say they are not in Arkansas, but several years ago a buddy and I were just out cruising the back dirt roads a few miles from here, and stopped to talk to an old guy who lived out there. He told us of seeing and hearing them. A true country back woods type of guy. Also a friend of mine who hunts on his dad's property in Oklahoma, has seen one there, along with tracks... But I listened to sounds (again on line) and it just doesn't match.
I guess the closest thing so far is a fox,,, but why we haven't heard or seen them before now is beyond me.
They have been seen on my property in Arkansas, south of Waldron (about an hour south of Fort Smith). Scott County is 75% National Forest, and the wildlife abounds.
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They have been seen on my property in Arkansas, south of Waldron (about an hour south of Fort Smith). Scott County is 75% National Forest, and the wildlife abounds.
I know where Waldron is,,,, used to go through there(stopped) every Wed morning when I was driving for animal health... Was first day out on a three day run...
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If not a Sasquatch it might be his cousin a Yeti??
Gotta be a Bigfoot, no way it could possibly be anything else I know! I watch Bigfoot Hunters on Animal Planet and they are sure that if they hear screams in the woods it must be Bigfoots. They are "experts" and so they know......
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Gotta be a Bigfoot, no way it could possibly be anything else I know! I watch Bigfoot Hunters on Animal Planet and they are sure that if they hear screams in the woods it must be Bigfoots. They are "experts" and so they know......
Hard to argue with real scientific information like that; so bigfoot it is.
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