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    Default What kind of animal is this?

    I poured some concrete and let it dry overnight, but apparently some animal walked across the curing concrete and left its print.

    It's about 5" tall.

    Is it a hoved animal, like cow or deer? Or more of a predator, like a cougar?

    What do you think it is?


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    Default Re: What kind of animal is this?

    I think its your neighbour

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    Default Re: What kind of animal is this?

    I think it looks close to this:


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    Default Re: What kind of animal is this?

    It looks like a hand print to me.

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    Bart Simpson
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    Default Re: What kind of animal is this?

    Quote Originally Posted by TripleR View Post
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    Default Re: What kind of animal is this?

    Quote Originally Posted by Pettrix View Post
    I poured some concrete and let it dry overnight, but apparently some animal walked across the curing concrete and left its print.

    It's about 5" tall.

    Pretty big foot print for a 5" tall animal...

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    Default Re: What kind of animal is this?

    Someone with a gloved hand.

    or a baby bigfoot.

    one of thos two for sure.
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    Default Re: What kind of animal is this?

    Quote Originally Posted by Mace Canute View Post
    Pretty big foot print for a 5" tall animal...
    Thanks, I just spit coffee everywhere.

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    Dont know what the print is but i sure hope that isnt your driveway you are pouring.
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