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    Default Dead animals at cache sites..

    Interstesting cache on the weekend.. We were at the cache named Deception and lo and behold practically sitting on the cache was a frozen solid dead full intact beaver. I thought...now this CANNOT be the cache container I hope. Looked like a mapachi hide I have done in the past but this one was starting to smell....Should be really good after more warm days. Ever find anything similiar on your hunts??
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    On the way out to an FTF on School House Rock in Vassalboro we found a dead rabbit in the middle of the trail. I looked like an animal had got to it not long before we did. It was a bit gross but it didn't stop us from getting the FTF. We moved it off the trail on our way out.
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    Badge of honor on the air line (Rt 9) and another one out on the SMR had dead moose by them.
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    There have been several reports of really strange creatures in the Bangor area and along the Stud Mill Road. Turns out it was just Mike maintaining his caches.

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    I also came upon a mannequin arm in the woods near a cache site one time. I didn't realize it was a fake at first. I had my two boys with me and let me tell you it was not a good feeling. We had a laugh after I figured it out though. People throw away weird things in weird places.
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    I'm not afraid of much, but this sure gave me the heebie jeebies:

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fins_Up View Post
    I also came upon a mannequin arm in the woods near a cache site one time. I didn't realize it was a fake at first. I had my two boys with me and let me tell you it was not a good feeling. We had a laugh after I figured it out though. People throw away weird things in weird places.
    I used to ATV on a trail, and at one location there was a large ant hill, about 2 feet high right on the side of the trail. Something caught my eye on the way by so I backed up - there is a life-sized doll's head sitting on top of the ant pile. I imagine the rest of the body was buried in it but I wasn't about to check. eeeks!
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    Quote Originally Posted by cano View Post
    That is a good one.
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    That was funny! We went caching off Rt. 137 in Winterport a few years back and came across a half eaten deer carcass right on the trail in. My guess was that the deer was hit by a car and the scavengers had gotten to it. This was in early April so it didn't smell to bad, but we had to bushwack a bit to get to the cache. A family vote determined that there would be no picture!
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