Wednesday, December 9, 2009

Why No Bones (Redux)

Loren Coleman's recent post over at Cryptomundo attempts to answer the age-old question of why researchers cannot find Sasquatch bones by postulating a specific (and unexpected) culprit on the classic scavenger dispersement theory: Porcupines.

I've posed other explanations on this blog before. I think if it is real, then finding NO bones whatsoever becomes very hard to explain. After all, even among the more elusive animals, we do find bones occasionaly.

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