Florida River Deep Jungle Skunk Ape Habitat


A deep jungle river held many strange and wonderful things for the Florida Skunk Ape Hunter to see.

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23 Comments on “Florida River Deep Jungle Skunk Ape Habitat”

  • fasanotampa wrote on 23 January, 2010, 7:35

    And may 2010 be a great come back year.

  • monstaquest wrote on 23 January, 2010, 8:10

    Actually it is warmer now. We just have a bit more snow than before.

  • fasanotampa wrote on 23 January, 2010, 8:34

    even colder now that that snow blizzard has moved in. I am at home with the windows open!

  • fasanotampa wrote on 23 January, 2010, 9:03

    Coots is what a friend of mine says as well…thanks for the comment

  • Raylroad72 wrote on 23 January, 2010, 9:13

    thats some great wildlife footage! I like the turtles witht the egret. I think the ducks were coots.

  • monstaquest wrote on 23 January, 2010, 9:19

    I love looking at your short sleeve shirt videos, as the temp was -4 degrees when I left for work this morning.

  • cprahl007 wrote on 23 January, 2010, 10:08

    From the looks of the terrain your researching in we might start calling you “Jungle Tim” Good Tydings to you and yours and may your Taxi be full and of Christmas Shoppers !

  • clydefav wrote on 23 January, 2010, 10:11

    another very interesting video Tim. Keep safe

  • fasanotampa wrote on 23 January, 2010, 10:52

    I did not see anything…but thanks for looking so close. It is commenters who ad so much to these videos.

  • fasanotampa wrote on 23 January, 2010, 11:21

    The scenery and wildlife make this an excellent hobby even without the big guy!

  • fasanotampa wrote on 23 January, 2010, 12:15

    I thought a deer? This would be the type of area for a trailcam…after a week..maybe a good image.

  • fasanotampa wrote on 23 January, 2010, 12:36

    A machete can chop and be used for protection…this city boy never thought of that…thanks..I WILL get one. It will make forging a trail easy..

  • tcsjrbigfoot wrote on 23 January, 2010, 13:15

    Nice video Tim. Thanks for sharing!

  • wyleecoyotee wrote on 23 January, 2010, 13:21

    You need to get a machete. That might make you feel a little more secure and help with the dense folliage too.

  • cprahl007 wrote on 23 January, 2010, 14:20

    Timmy
    Looks like an animal digging where it looked like hoof I think…

  • marlie501 wrote on 23 January, 2010, 14:45

    Hey fasanotampa, what is the dark spot behind you on your right side starting at 7:38 and ending at 8:07? Looks like it moves. great video.

  • marlie501 wrote on 23 January, 2010, 15:08

    AWESOME! Just a matter of time before you film one of those skunk apes very close up. excellent video, love the scenery

  • redchun wrote on 23 January, 2010, 15:50

    I broke down and bought a 9mm and a 357 for my wife.I don`t plan on shooting anything but it does make you feel alot more comfortable researching desolate areas.I live in Pa.and the permit cost $25 for 5yrs.

  • fasanotampa wrote on 23 January, 2010, 16:23

    The wild boar I have seen just squeel and run! You are right, a concealed weapon permit or just a weapon would let me go alot deeper into these areas.

  • redeye99999 wrote on 23 January, 2010, 16:57

    Good video Tim

  • roguescout1 wrote on 23 January, 2010, 17:08

    Tim you need to get yourself a concealed weapons permit an arm yourself! Wild Boar will charge you unprovoked. I had to give a 350-400lbs. boar a dirt nap 2 weeks ago.

  • fasanotampa wrote on 23 January, 2010, 17:56

    yes…soon

  • hamiltino wrote on 23 January, 2010, 18:04

    Great video, you have captured some beautiful and amazing images, i wish you the best of luck however i hope to see these images in HD! :D soon.

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