Is this a Wolverine or what? (Warning: Graphic Images)

Discussion in 'Northwest Hunting' started by 8ball29, Jul 10, 2011.

  1. 8ball29

    8ball29
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    I found it on a logging road, some turkey vulchers were eating on it.

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  2. gunnails

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    Chupacabra?
     
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  3. 8ball29

    8ball29
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    My mom said the same thing, I can't figure it out.
     
  4. sig40shooter

    sig40shooter
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    Wolverine would be my guess.
     
  5. Greenbug

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    Looks like a Badger to me.
     
  6. BigBull 301

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    We have a winner



    Badger
     
  7. Redcap

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    Agreed.
     
  8. 8ball29

    8ball29
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    Thanks for the responses, I must say that I agree that it is a badger after looking at this picture I found.

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  9. stevenzimm

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    Definantley a badger. had a close call with one of thoughs little devils.
     
  10. Greenbug

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    Would you say it was a dirty little badger?
     
  11. stevenzimm

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    Very dirty....
     
  12. SamuraiTrapper

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    It's a coon.... You can see the rings on it's tail.
     
  13. deadeye

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  14. chase

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    I was thinking badger too, do we have wolverines in Oregon?
     
  15. coastal steelheader

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    I think Samurai may have the right answer on this one. There are rings on the tail, but the giveaway are the front and rear paws which are smaller and more delicate than a badgers.
     
  16. SamuraiTrapper

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    LOL, trust me guys, I've seen a few coons. (inside and out)
     
  17. oasis618

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    Sounds like a taste test is in order.
     
  18. Dell_dude

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    Really weird cat you have there.
     
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  19. WhyteCheddar

    WhyteCheddar
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    My vote goes to racoon too.
     
  20. Mason3379

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    Good thing you didn't wake it while it was napping.....Looks like it might be **** to deal with if it wakes up on the wrong side of the bed!:)
     

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