Do Porcupines Eat Bigfoot Bones?
If we cannot easily find a Bigfoot skeleton, then maybe porcupines possess the knack for locating and devouring bones of Sasquatch. At least that’s what some Bigfoot researchers would have us to believe, recently. Ahh, some of the greatest of cryptid theories have come to light in our lifetime, recently, huh?
Many Bigfoot fans were recently shocked to hear of the idea that porcupines possess the skill for eating Bigfoot bones (in addition to launching an air barrage of quills at the family dog when attacked) while watching a recent episode of TV’s Finding Bigfoot. The television show not only offered porcupines as the supposed reason why Bigfoot bones can’t be found but claimed it to be a “fact” that nature’s warm-blooded pin cushions crave bones.
Because bones can provide nutrients that porcupines like (salt, calcium, maybe), we can only image how good Sasquatch frames must taste. According to Finding Bigfoot, Woolly Bugger bones must be lunchupon ed by porcupines at an alarming rate – so fast that none can ever be found! Additionally, the well-respected expert at the Cryptomundo blog offered his crypto-mumbo-jumbo that porcupines like to hide their bone collection and that few carcasses of any animals dot our forests when one considers just how many expire regularly (compare the number of animal corpses found versus how many must die weekly). Hmmm. Interesting point, but…
We agree that many animals eat bones and nature has many methods to decay a rotting body; so nature could definitely be responsible for wiping out some evidence of Bigfoot. But knowing this is all true, do we still find bones of other animals whose bodies expired? Yes, Virginia, we do. And most of those carcasses are much smaller, and consequently easier to decompose than an 8 foot tall ape-man that weighs hundreds of pounds. And we best consider this: What about areas where porcupines don’t exist? If there aren’t any porcupines to consume Bigfoot bones, then what the heck is eating all the Woolly Bugger bones? Where are they? Have they all been neatly consumed before any human has found them? No – one man has found a Bigfoot skeleton: Dr. Gladstone.
See: Dr. Gladstone’s Bigfoot Skeleton (before a porcupine eats the damn thing)