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Two boys discovered a giant decomposing foot in the woods near Quincy, Mass. last week. Though the foot has five toes, the local

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  • Two boys discovered a giant decomposing foot in the woods near Quincy, Mass. last week. Though the foot has five toes, the local

    Two boys discovered a giant decomposing foot in the woods near Quincy, Mass. last week. Though the foot has five toes, the local medical examiner has determined that it is not human. Could it be...?

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    a bear's? yep

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    • #3
      a bear's? yep

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      • #4
        It a Bear's Paw in Q-Mass. One found in Queens NY in a back yard only smaller to be a Cubs Paw. NO Big Foot Stories to day!!!

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        • #5
          very simple, today they do a DNA test and they will confirm it is some type of animal, not a myth. and since people are going to make "Bigfoot" jokes, think about this, all over the world we find fossil records of animals that have been extinct for millions of years, yet not one fossil of Bigfoot/yeti has ever been found, much less a living specimen, so please people, give it up!

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          • #6
            The Bigfoot conversation is generally limited to those with above average imagination and below average intelligence.

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            • #7
              If it is a huge foot, then it is to be from the well known Bigfoot.

              If it is a tiny foot, it has to be from a little Martian.

              If the foot is six foot long and green, it has to be the Jolly Green Giant.

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              • #8
                The misidentification of animal parts is nothing new. Matter of fact it lead to Greek Mythology. Greece was awash in fossilized bones. They believed their fore bearers were giants. They would find these fossils and rebury them, out of respect and not in the proper order. If you have ever seen a Mammoth or Elephant skull. Were the trunk is was misinterpreted as an eye socket. Brought rise to the Cyclopes. Mismatched bones became the Phoenix and so on. No Big Foot though.

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                • #9
                  The reason we have never found any remains of a Bigfoot is that they are cannibalistic. For proof of this, we need look no further than Quincy, Mass., where they ate everything but the foot:-)

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                  • #10
                    There's a squatch in these woods....

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                    • #11
                      Carl - You just reminded me of the Cardiff Giant, discovered buried on a farm in Cardiff, New York in 1869 where workers were digging a well.
                      It was a petrified cadaver of a man over ten feet tall that later turned out to be a hoax. It was a carved statue planted by a practical joker who set up a tent and charged admission to the public to view the remains of a prehistoric man.

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                      • #12
                        If it was from ....... , We now have an even scarrier critter out there to worry about. Anything that can rip the foot of of ...... must be one bad bama jama.

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                        • #13
                          99 Like PT Barnum said there's one born every minute.

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