Sings of a yowie?

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Summer1113
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Sings of a yowie?

Unread post by Summer1113 » Fri Feb 24, 2023 11:29 am

Ok so there is this beach which has bush behind it, me and my boyfriend found this cool track in the bush leading to these massive boulders at the top of a hill/small mountain. We go there every now and then I never noticed anything weird about it, just the last time we went it seemed abit off. For starters there was a large animal dropping right on the track (definitely not a humans haha). It wasnt a horse or cows although it was about the size, ive been around those animals my whole life so i know the difference it also seemed to be not from a herbivore because it the smell is alot grosser and it sorta looked like a dead snake or something long and curled up was half digested in it.
I didnt think much of it either did my boyfriend.
Then i started thinking of it when i noticed 3 large branches put it in a triangle shape (teepee) i saw 2 of those structures, i had also seen a couple large sticks straight stabbed in the ground in a clearing, two mid size tree’s snapped over pointing the same direction about 10 meters apart, lots of big branches placed weirdly in shapes and up trees where the branch couldnt have fallen from because the other type tree was not surrouding the one with the branches in it.
Didnt see a yowie but the signs were there, but im not sure if it would even be in that location it can be a touristy area at times and im not sure if they go near the beaches. Theres probly enough bush for a yowie to travel through unnoticed. Maybe it was just passing by.
Whats you guys opinion on it?

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Re: Sings of a yowie?

Unread post by Bluedog » Fri Feb 24, 2023 6:40 pm

Who knows maybe it was a yowie but for a creature that seems to be very good at avoiding humans why would it take a dump in the middle of a walking track in what you described as a touristy area?
As for the tree structures??? Possibly kids?
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Re: Sings of a yowie?

Unread post by Summer1113 » Fri Feb 24, 2023 7:13 pm

Bluedog wrote:
Fri Feb 24, 2023 6:40 pm
Who knows maybe it was a yowie but for a creature that seems to be very good at avoiding humans why would it take a dump in the middle of a walking track in what you described as a touristy area?
As for the tree structures??? Possibly kids?
Yeah thats true im not sure, i mean the beach gets a few tourists you never really see anyone in the bush up there but who knows.

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