Possible!

Stowaway raccoon captured on Matson ship
By Star-Advertiser staff
POSTED: 01:30 a.m. HST, Jan 03, 2013
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State inspectors captured a 15-pound adult female raccoon on New Year’s Eve after it stowed away on a Matson cargo ship from Long Beach, Calif., the state Department of Agriculture said Wednesday.

The raccoon was spotted scampering on the deck of the ship Monday afternoon, and Matson called the Agriculture Department, which sent out inspectors from its Plant Quarantine Branch, which also is in charge of controlling nonnative animals and insects.

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State inspectors captured a 15-pound adult female raccoon on New Year’s Eve after it stowed away on a Matson cargo ship from Long Beach, Calif., the state Department of Agriculture said Wednesday.
The raccoon was spotted scampering on the deck of the ship Monday afternoon, and Matson called the Agriculture Department, which sent out inspectors from its Plant Quarantine Branch, which also is in charge of controlling nonnative animals and insects

If a raccoon can stroll aboard a ship, what of Bigfoot?

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2 Responses to “Possible!”

  1. 3/1/13 While driving along the Big Island’s coast on the east side of the lava flow, I saw a large creature cross the road about 100 yds ahead of our car. The creature was not running on two legs, but had a gait that resembled an ape’s with it’s front shoulders significantly higher than it’s back haunches. I estimated the creature to be about 4′ tall at the shoulder with fairly long dark hair. I suppose it could have been a large boar. Does this animal have a loping gait?

  2. bigfoot hawaii Says:

    Geoff,
    A juvenile Bigfoot? The Bigfoot Sighting and Reporting Center of Hawaii, TBSRCH, receive regular information of Bigfoot with loping gait, so your report is very consistent. Sulphur clouds; TBSRCH believes affect Bigfoot and wild pigs forcing them to move when wind directions shift.
    Aloha
    TBSRCH

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