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hahaha looks like you got a good amount of "game" there. Especially the last one
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Surfside TX  watering hole

 

 

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What the heck is # 3&4? Ant eater?
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Originally posted by silver silver wrote:

What the heck is # 3&4? Ant eater?
 
Yeah really! What is that thing?
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that is a wolverine? I'm sure.
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That's cool!!  Excellent
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 Its not an anteater or a wolverine!
  Looks like it's missing a tail.
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Yeah all the pics I find the COATI have long tails? but it does look like one? in any event it is cool, and the mountain lion/cougar is awesome I have seen these in the wild a few times it is both scary and awesome at the same time!
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It's a coatimundi.  Here's one with a normal tail: 
 
 
 


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Coatimundi's are rarely seen except at night.  I used to spend a lot of time in South Central Texas and never saw many, and all were at night.   I miss going down there.  How many places are there where you can see that variety of wildlife. 
I used to use trail cams for security but lost too many; the flash is a giveaway.  The wetbacks must not have known what it was  Bandito
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" ( What happened to his tail, Ollie??) " 
 
 
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I've never been much for stand hunting, but based upon this picture set, I am all for it now...
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Looks like a good place for a blind, for both hunters and Border Patrol.Sharp Shooter
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Lucky for the guys in pic #9 that the critter in pic #1 did not show up the same time they did.
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I like haystack deer hunting!!  Roll on Floor Laughing 
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Damned swine flu carriers.
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Cyborg,
 
Haven't you heard, we cannot call it "swine" flu anymore because we may insult certain religions or pig farmers.  It is now called H1N1 for the more politically correct, but in our neck of the woods it is still swine flu. 
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Originally posted by cpwomack cpwomack wrote:

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Haven't you heard, we cannot call it "swine" flu anymore because we may insult certain religions or pig farmers.  It is now called H1N1 for the more politically correct, but in our neck of the woods it is still swine flu. 
 
It was Burt or might have been Ernie who is now filing a suite on be half of sesame street with everyone calling it H1N1. He said it affended the count and the letter N and the letter H and giving them a bad rep... Can't win for loosing can we?
 
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I wonder when the Germans will get all up in arms about "German Measles"?
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Think about all of the things in life that you said "yeah right when pigs fly"
Swine flu
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Chris, those pictures are amazing. Thanks for sharing!
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I need a nice mountain lion mount, it would good next to my bobcat.
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Next think you know PETA will make you put in steps for the wildlife and INS will provide a picnic table and benches and require you to have the purity of your water tested and fine you for sanitation violations and require you to install a restroom and shower facility.Bubble Bath  Is that what they call a mexican jacuzzi?Bubble Bath
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