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Strange Creature in Elkhorn NE near Manchester school


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thereaverbeliever   posted:6/13/2012 2:33:58 PM  (Reply)

1.One day my friend and I were walking into the woods, we took the trail up towards our base camp. After we sat and talked for a while we started for my house. We took the same trail but this time it was different, as we were walking we heared a growl and a rustling, so we stared to run. Then I saw the thing try to charge at my friend, I only caught a quick glange at it and it was brown, with a long nose, a stubby tail,and it was super fat, there is no doubt in my mind that we just saw a Reaver. Rat Beaver

2.A friend of mine claimed they saw it.
3.My friend and I were on the swings at whispering ridge park omaha Ne. As we sat there and talked I saw something brown crossing the trail that connected the trail of the pond. I suddenly stopped talking when I saw something slinking across the trail I could hardly make out the facial features, it had a long nose, it was brown,it was quite fatty, with chubby cheeks, slit like eyes, small legs, perky ears, and a stubby tail. It was moving very fast too. After it had wakled pastmy friend asked wat was wrong I replied I just saw a reaver.

4. One day my friend walked into the forest with the kids she was sitting. Then she saw the Reaver. This is her disription it was brown, and creepy that was all she made out

5.It was about 7.42 pm on a warm sunday night and me and my friend were walking into the woods by our old school. We walked into the woods slowy because were afraid something was watching us. So we slunk slowly into the woods, and we ran to the clearing, when we got to the clearing we stopped, looked around and started talking about summer time. As we talked I noticed out of the corner of my eye something moving very fast that must have been very heavy for it was snapping twigs. Then I noticed something brown running across the trail near the clearing. I stopped tslking, and froze while staring at the fat brown blob like thing running on all fours going north. When my friend asked whst was going on all I could do was point at the blob. We both stared at it and let out a giant scream. The thing kept running with its stubby tail, and fat body. It was so crazy how the thing was so fat but it was taking off at full force as if it diddnt want us to notice it watching us. Then my friend and I took off running until we were out of the woods. And that was our latest sighting of the reaver. This was an on the phone story so this is my friends and her story not mine I have never seen one of these but I sadly hope to
Jaxerback   posted:6/16/2012 12:30:25 AM  (Reply)
I am going to comment on this story...as sadly nobody else will.
Could it have been a beaver?
Garuhn   posted:6/19/2012 3:34:18 AM  (Reply)
Or a groundhog even?
andrewcater   posted:6/19/2012 6:25:53 PM  (Reply)
Why do you believe its a cross between a rat and a beaver?
Levinus   posted:6/24/2012 8:00:40 AM  (Reply)
I have two reactions to this. Firstly, I detect trolling.

Secondly, having grown up in very dense forest, I can name a few things you might have mistaken it for. I'd share your stories with local DNR and see what they come up with.

Coyotes are very small (unlikely hollywood portrays them), under Canis Latrans, they are about 25 pounds. They slink, have pointy noses and tails.

Porcupines have pointy little faces, short legs, are very fat, and also have tails. They waddle around a lot. Again, unlike hollywood portrays them, they look rather fluffy.

Opossums are short, squat, fat, and look like large rats. They can vary in size too, depending on diet. But it may have been one of those.

Pine martins are long slinky sort of cat things with pointy faces.

Wolverines are small bear looking things.



Rats and Beavers cannot mate. Beavers have 40 chromosomes, rats have up to 90. It just wouldn't work.
Jaxerback   posted:6/24/2012 10:11:15 PM  (Reply)
There is no "trolling" there whatever that may mean.
I always feel sorry so wily e...I would love to see him catching the little fooker!!
tapuout4985   posted:6/26/2012 12:49:21 AM  (Reply)
I kind of agree with Levinus. I live about 90 miles north of the area in question and it sounds like a case of mistaken identity more than anything else. From the description of a short tail, long nose, and super fat I'd say it's a North American badger. They range in color from black and white striped to almost solid brown and are fairly common to the area.
Levinus   posted:6/26/2012 7:18:17 AM  (Reply)

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tapuout4985  posted:6/26/2012 12:49:21 AM  (Reply)
I kind of agree with Levinus. I live about 90 miles north of the area in question and it sounds like a case of mistaken identity more than anything else. From the description of a short tail, long nose, and super fat I'd say it's a North American badger. They range in color from black and white striped to almost solid brown and are fairly common to the area.
Good call on the badger. Those guys are hard core, and fit the description just right. If that is the case, avoid it entirely. Honey badger don't give a $&%@. Honey badger don't care.
LincolnGenghis   posted:7/7/2012 2:10:00 AM  (Reply)

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Levinus  posted:6/24/2012 8:00:40 AM  (Reply)
I have two reactions to this. Firstly, I detect trolling.

Secondly, having grown up in very dense forest, I can name a few things you might have mistaken it for. I'd share your stories with local DNR and see what they come up with.

Coyotes are very small (unlikely hollywood portrays them), under Canis Latrans, they are about 25 pounds. They slink, have pointy noses and tails.

Porcupines have pointy little faces, short legs, are very fat, and also have tails. They waddle around a lot. Again, unlike hollywood portrays them, they look rather fluffy.

Opossums are short, squat, fat, and look like large rats. They can vary in size too, depending on diet. But it may have been one of those.

Pine martins are long slinky sort of cat things with pointy faces.

Wolverines are small bear looking things.



Rats and Beavers cannot mate. Beavers have 40 chromosomes, rats have up to 90. It just wouldn't work.
Well I know they can't reproduce but I have to tell you I saw a dog trying to hump a cat one time. It was a strange sight and the cat bitch slapped the dog for it and straightened him out. So hell hell maybe there could be some rat and beaver lovin going on somewhere in the world.
LincolnGenghis   posted:9/16/2012 11:51:08 AM  (Reply)


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