what critter left this?

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  • what critter left this?

    Hi guys just wondering if anyone knows what critter left this behind?... I'm thinking small deer
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    Here piggy piggy... boom!

  • #2
    Could be one of my kids

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    • Jason Lefty
      Jason Lefty commented
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      Originally posted by Needbiggertargets" post=11817
      Could be one of my kids
      Lol, funny man.

  • #3
    A litter bug.

    Oh wait, you didn't mean the coke can
    If guns cause crime, then all mine are faulty - Ted Nugent

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    • #4
      A litter bug.
      I'm in love with Jennifer Hawkins and Alessandra Ambrosio

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      • #5
        A small pig is my opinion!

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        • brookesy
          brookesy commented
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          I thought that too but didn't look right for pig... plus it was only 50 meters for a creek and there were no pigs signs

      • #6
        Could it be Cat Poo ???

        Thanks...


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        • brookesy
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          Not feline or canine wasn't tapered no fur in it

      • #7
        What did it taste like?

        Was there any smell? Easiest way to tell if carnivore or herbivore.

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        • 17fireball
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          Wallaby

      • #8
        looks like skip's visited. :lol:

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          Hard to tell on my phone's small screen, however the cube-shape makes it look like wombat faeces to me. Read somewhere that they like to shit all around their burrows to mark out their territory (and to help them navigate by using smell, since they have bad eyesight), and that the squarish shape and propensity for it to clump together tends to keep it in place stops it rolling away on the steep inclines and hilly territory where they are often found to inhabit.
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