i saw this story on the news so i thought i would share. In South Carolina a couple came home from vacation to find their Dodge Minivan clawed, bloody and covered with teethmarks. All pets including 20 cats are missing. Locals say its the Lizard Man returning after 20 years. Officials say Coyotes may be to blame or possible bears. Can coyotes bite through metal hoods?
Post by ghostbuster13 on Apr 19, 2008 8:50:41 GMT -6
there would be a defenite diference between cyotes and bears i ahve hunted them booth and there tracks and teath r different but it seems uknlikly for a bear to just kill 20 cats that seems more like a cyote but the minivan sounds like a bear i would have to say that this is not reall unless they got hit by a cyote and a bear at the same time wich is almost impossible becuause they r not that good of friends if u know what i mean! haha
Post by Jen Depsycho on Aug 24, 2009 22:13:10 GMT -6
A bear would be a more logical explanation; a coyote can't bite through a car hood, but an average full-grown bear is at least ten times stronger than a coyote. It can tear through car metal in minutes if it truly wanted to.
Though the story seems a bit off-the-wall in all honesty... I mean 20 cats missing, blood on the car... sounds more like a horror story than a true experience.
Alucard from Hellsing... the only thing better would be if he was covered in chocolate. XD