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The cave is about 40 feet deep, 10 feet wide and ranging from 7 feet high at the entrance, tapering to 4 feet at the rear. The floors of other caves in the area are covered with jagged rocks, but in this cave the big rocks appear to have been purposely moved to the sides and earth has been brought in to form a flatten surface, making it easier to crawl in to the back of the cave.
The grass bedding found at the back of the cave is also interesting. It covers an area approximately the size of 3 large beds and is roughly 1 foot deep from wall to wall. The team has taken samples of the grass and plan to have it examined for hairs by an accomplished paleontologist.
The cave overlooks a canyon, and forms a natural observation point, but the BFRG hope to set up some kind of monitoring to see if they can find out just what has been using the cave.
What do you think – Sasquatch den? Or something else?
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