Possible Junjudee prints?

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Possible Junjudee prints?

Unread post by Pertys80 » Tue Jan 15, 2019 5:17 am

G'day everyone, thought I'd stop by with an interesting find I made after work on Saturday.
My daily commute see's me driving between Cessnock and the central coast, as you can imagine through some good Yowie country.
I decided to stop at a creek that crosses the main road, where it would serve as a corridor between one large piece of bush to another.
Among other anomalies I found that day, I came across some interesting prints under the bridge.
My apologies for the pics, as these are only screen shots of the video I took.
It was pretty obvious that there is a well worn path under the bridge, mostly caused by motor cross bikes, plus humans on foot had been using it too..
This location is not far out of town, so no surprises there.
What was surprising were the half dozen or so toddler sized barefoot prints I found..
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Most showed the ball of the foot only, suggest whatever made the prints was tip toeing.
One could suggest the child could've been swimming there, imo I wouldn't be seen dead in that creek.. lol
I was a bare footed child in my younger days, and probably would've gone there to catch an eel, however I would've left dozens of prints behind, not to mention I would've been a little older too.
So this begs me to question why a parent would let their toddler roam barefooted around a creek in a country where everything either stings or bites.. lol
Feel free to check out my vid for a better look, cheers
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Re: Possible Junjudee prints?

Unread post by Dion » Tue Jan 15, 2019 7:48 am

Prints would most likely be human IMO

Its when you find those prints out in the middle of nowhere deep in the bush thats when its interesting.
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Re: Possible Junjudee prints?

Unread post by Pertys80 » Wed Jan 16, 2019 3:36 am

You're most certainly right about that Dion, as I stated humans had been there also. It was just odd to find barefoot prints there, and so few at that.
I will keep monitoring that spot over the coming months, If they continue through winter then I might be onto something I reckon..

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