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Minute ago I saw a mysterious creature, but it moved too fast, almost like a dark fog cloud or something like that - too dark for a fox, too big and slim and with long nose and long legs for a raccoon dog - perhaps a wolf or jackal - as much as jackals seem to be living nowadays here in Estonia. I was waiting it's return, but it didn't.

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Minute ago I saw a mysterious creature, but it moved too fast, almost like a dark fog cloud or something like that - too dark for a fox, too big and slim and with long nose and long legs for a raccoon dog - perhaps a wolf or jackal - as much as jackals seem to be living nowadays here in Estonia. I was waiting it's return, but it didn't.

Yeah, me too, a couple of days ago, I saw a similar kind to the "image" an animal, but it was dark and see the problem was.


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Dima - you got the fox very beautifully. I only saw an animal behind the the tree that is laying in the back and did not know what it was. You are very lucky getting this picture. Thank you for showing it with us.
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Bleggi, you got a raccoon dog, they do look a little different each. Some have a bit more fur around their face, some have a little less, or longer fur coat at all. They also vary a bit in colour, and they are amazingly big.

I don't think a wolf or jackal was there without anyone there knowing about it.

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:hi: Dima, great Bear-fotos and -video...!

Since about 23:00 am cam-time there are the two Bears moving around right behind the light...
Around 00:00 a Racoondog rushed in from the right to the left, watched the bears a little while, left.
One of the Bears was interested, walked to the left side as well, but didn´t come to the front...
Now all are gone.

The connection was so bad, that you don´t see anything on my fotos... :rolleyes:

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