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Old 12-02-2019, 11:16 AM
 
Location: Swiftwater, PA
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Can bears do this for long distances and run faster than any human while going through thick brush??
The bear in that YouTube news clip seems to be getting around pretty good considering its injuries. Also speed calculations by humans could be determined on their fear level. If you were afraid of wolfmen and thought that walking bear was coming in your direction you would swear it was running; especially if you did not know it was a injured bear.

As far as bears and thick brush; have you ever heard bears going through thick brush. It doesn't slow them down. They are perfectly happy with thick brush, scrub oaks, laurel, blueberry bushes, and high swamp grass - that is their home.

We just had a large Black bear taken not too far from my home in our bear season: https://wnep.com/2019/11/25/big-blac...n-the-poconos/. It's estimated live weight was 813 pounds and I do not think that a little brush would have slowed it up.
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Old 12-02-2019, 12:42 PM
 
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You are talking about bears running on all fours. Show us a video of a bear running on the rear legs



As far as bears and thick brush; have you ever heard bears going through thick brush. It doesn't slow them down. They are perfectly happy with thick brush, scrub oaks, laurel, blueberry bushes, and high swamp grass - that is their home.

We just had a large Black bear taken not too far from my home in our bear season: https://wnep.com/2019/11/25/big-blac...n-the-poconos/. It's estimated live weight was 813 pounds and I do not think that a little brush would have slowed it up.
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Old 12-02-2019, 01:11 PM
 
Location: Swiftwater, PA
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You are talking about bears running on all fours. Show us a video of a bear running on the rear legs
Did you watch the video? That bear is moving pretty good and it is not being chased or chasing anything. Hey; it beats blobsquatch and it has been confirmed by many as 'real'. They did not take DNA material but it seems like everybody agreed it was a black bear.

Animals do get injured in the wild. They have to learn to live with their injuries or die. Sometimes the injured bear and deer can live for several years. Of course the odds are against them; but the will to live is very strong.

I just feel that these injured animals could easily be mistaken for dog men, werewolves or even Big Foot. Many people 'see' what they want to see. I just think it was especially true when superstition ruled the world.
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Old 12-02-2019, 01:13 PM
 
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The bear in that YouTube news clip seems to be getting around pretty good considering its injuries. Also speed calculations by humans could be determined on their fear level. If you were afraid of wolfmen and thought that walking bear was coming in your direction you would swear it was running; especially if you did not know it was a injured bear.

As far as bears and thick brush; have you ever heard bears going through thick brush. It doesn't slow them down. They are perfectly happy with thick brush, scrub oaks, laurel, blueberry bushes, and high swamp grass - that is their home.

We just had a large Black bear taken not too far from my home in our bear season: https://wnep.com/2019/11/25/big-blac...n-the-poconos/. It's estimated live weight was 813 pounds and I do not think that a little brush would have slowed it up.
Bears have a thick layer of hair and body fat, so it doesnt even feel thorns and thick brush, although their paw pads are sensitive to things like this.
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Old 12-02-2019, 01:15 PM
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Location: New York Area
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The news is crying Bigfoot, but this is obviously a werewolf.


https://www.ctvnews.ca/canada/hunter...VuwXG-yeVVXadg


Hunter captures strange howl in northern Ontario woods
Well there is a London, Ontario. So:



https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lh0w01S7Jnk
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Old 12-02-2019, 06:53 PM
 
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Did you watch the video? That bear is moving pretty good and it is not being chased or chasing anything. Hey; it beats blobsquatch and it has been confirmed by many as 'real'. They did not take DNA material but it seems like everybody agreed it was a black bear.

Animals do get injured in the wild. They have to learn to live with their injuries or die. Sometimes the injured bear and deer can live for several years. Of course the odds are against them; but the will to live is very strong.

I just feel that these injured animals could easily be mistaken for dog men, werewolves or even Big Foot. Many people 'see' what they want to see. I just think it was especially true when superstition ruled the world.
You sure have a lot of injured bears running around on two feet. Maybe they should start a Support GROUP.
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Old 12-03-2019, 12:29 AM
 
Location: Swiftwater, PA
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You sure have a lot of injured bears running around on two feet. Maybe they should start a Support GROUP.
There are not a lot of bears walking on two feet; but it does happen. Many were hit by cars or shot. But some just had accidents in the wild; like the horses that step in prairie dog holes. Once it happens most do not get to go to a veterinarian and have the injury repaired. They simply have to live with it or die.

The fact that there are not that many bear walking on two feet can explain why some people think they see a Big Foot in one area and then never see it again. It is like it magically disappears and can reappear someplace else. In fact the one injured bear dies and another one is injured someplace else.

I have never seen a three legged bear. I have seen bear stand up and walk short distances on their hind legs. I also have seen many three legged deer; that is not uncommon around my area and I see one every few years. I even have pictures of one three legged buck. But, unlike Big Foot, there are many videos of three legged bear.

When one really looks at a video, like the one taken of the NJ three legged bear, it is easy to see how somebody could mistake that bear for a wolfman or Big Foot. Considering that most of our photographic evidence of Big Foot is poor quality and shot through trees and vegetation; it would be easy to think that the photographer was simply shooting a picture of one of these injured bears.

These injured bears are all over. Just use Google: https://www.google.com/search?q=thre...w=1097&bih=553. As you can see there are real pictures of real bear. Then Google Big Foot pictures (https://www.google.com/search?tbm=is...h=553&dpr=1.75) and you see the same picture over and over again or fakes.
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Old Today, 03:15 PM
 
Location: The Colony
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So would this therefore be a weresaintbernard or a St. Werebernard? I'm not sure of the proper nomenclature here.
St. Werenard
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