Following on from my assumption that aborigine communities may have displaced the yowies downstream on the Murray river to the Adelaide and Flinder Ranges i wondered if there were regional traits and indeed whether the yowies may have been pushed to higher ground and we are incorrectly assuming that one environment type or another is the natural yowie habitat. Some of the early accounts have it as living on the east and west slopes of the Blue Mountains etc and the Megalong Valley encounter and one in South Australia both have canines. Is it a trait of males only? Young males or they grow with age?
Why do some yowie seem to need to pull themselves through woodland whereas some have no problem running at full pelt or walking like a human out in the open? Old habits die hard?
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