Peeing

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Ketchikan
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Peeing

Unread post by Ketchikan » Wed Nov 07, 2018 11:04 pm

Apologies if this question has been asked before.

I've heard several encounters on American bigfoot podcasts that mention this: these creatures get really pissed off when they see campers peeing in the woods! Maybe it's something territorial, and they hate the idea of humans peeing on their turf.

Just wondering whether this phenomenon has been noticed in yowie encounters? Are there reports of yowies going ape when they see humans peeing in the bush?

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Re: Peeing

Unread post by adventurer » Thu Nov 08, 2018 12:21 am

Hi, i have never seemed to get them angry. Iv always peed out there lol, normally go out in winter and rather take the risk peeing with bigfoot and snakes rather then drive 5 miles to public loos sitting on a needle or running into a rapist!
I havnt even had a eerie feeling iv been watched whilst peeing. Thats me anyway.

Same thing when they say "Never throw rocks back at them", some nights we play rocks back and forth, they seem to like the game. Dee

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Re: Peeing

Unread post by Ketchikan » Thu Nov 08, 2018 6:42 pm

Think I'd be too busy hauling ass out of there to throw rocks back at them, Dee!

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Re: Peeing

Unread post by Hominidhunter » Fri Nov 09, 2018 5:50 pm

Dee, I wish I had that kind of action. PLEASE strap on a thermal imager and set you’re cameras flash to on, if you won’t charge into the bush after them I will, you have a great opportunity there. 1 photo

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Unread post by Mad Academic » Sun Nov 11, 2018 7:27 pm

Hi,
I posted this earlier but it didn't seem to go through, so trying again.
Check out the report from the year 2000; NSW; Jamieson Valley. It concerns the army platoon on exercises through the Jamieson Valley.
They encountered a huge Bush Ape over 3-4 days. There were several interesting observations made in this report.
One of them was that the creature "bellowed its guts out" when one of the soldiers urinated.
Possibly a reaction to territorial marking? Only a guess.

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Re: Peeing

Unread post by adventurer » Sun Nov 11, 2018 7:51 pm

Ketchikan- hi.yes I used to go into flight mode, but when something happens each outing you get used to it.there is no need to run anymore when u realise there playful.

Hominidhunter-cant afford a thermal cam and I do have a photo, it will be released soon.

Mad academic- great read.just shows the hairees r so much more intelligent then us.of course they hear u coming, doesn't matter how quiet u are. Glad they noticed there playful after they put down there weapons.interesting about the pee.now I'm asking myself whether I should pee anymore lol.

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