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    • Twist
      Interesting, thanks for that account.  I would certainly be interested in hearing about more instances like this if you happen to come across them.  
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      Ray my fellow researcher, said they stumbled into a large camoflauged tunnel entrance that was half way up a steep hill along a forested ravine in southwest Oregon. It probably had a trickling stream to help get rid of excavated dirt. On the way up the ravine, they discovered the stick covered entrance. The deep tunnel bottom went out of view.   While Ray was looking up hill, past the tunnel and stick cover, he was horrified when he saw an angry huge bigfoot peeking around a tall fir tree. The head was massive and fur covered with glaring eyes. He told his friend, and they both headed back down the ravine and heard the bigfoot in close pursuit.   If a bigfoot family has no caves or mines to spend freezing winters since there are none around, what is BF supposed to do?  Can two clans live in one cave, mine or earthen den network? We simply can't study bigfoot to know the answers but rare obversations of tunnel building by others like Ray can lead to a fact. Seems like if one bigfoot family makes tunnels like the one Ray found then others do to if there are no mines or caves.  
    • Explorer
      I also like the idea of using those red signal flare guns, but doubt that I can use them safely given all the forest fire threats in the west.   If you aim towards the bear but instead hit the ground and start a fire, now you have another problem to deal with.     Thanks for the update. Per the article, they had 2 cans of bear spray.  Obviously, that did not work.
    • Chim Chim
      “We have to recognize the population is growing and we’re going to see more interactions between humans and bears,” said Nixon, minister of seniors, community and social services.   Expect more attacks, they’re the top of the food chain and unless they’re hunted and taught to fear man they won’t.  
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      Parks Canada reveals additional details about deadly bear attack in Banff https://calgary.ctvnews.ca/parks-canada-reveals-additional-details-about-deadly-bear-attack-in-banff-1.6587263   Apparently a female bear, possibly over 25 years old and in fair body condition but with poor teeth and less than normal body fat.
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