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    What is it?

    Had this critter on the camera the other night. What's your guess. I'm thinking fox but not sure.Click image for larger version. 

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    I'd say fox or bobcat

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    Looks like a bobcat to me. Can't see a tail....just a blur.
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    dont see a tail...so i'm gonna go wild card an say little hog

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    +1 for small hog
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    Quote Originally Posted by Colorado Cowboy View Post
    Looks like a bobcat to me. Can't see a tail....just a blur.
    That's my thoughts too! The legs look like a bobcat as well!

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    Fox. Has long snout and bushy tail that you can make out coming toward you along the side of his body. black along the back of the legs is typical for fox also.

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    El chupacabra!!

    Cmon someone had to say it

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    Another vote for fox.
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    Looks like a bobcat head to me. And I see no tail.

 

 

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