2012, Tickfaw Park, Louisiana: Smithsonian Transport Attacked, Bigfoot Devours Olinguito

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2012, Tickfaw Park, Louisiana: Smithsonian Transport Attacked, Bigfoot Devours Olinguito

The first captured Olinguito was being transported by a group of research assistants to the Smithsonian.  When the group got tired of driving, they would pull off the freeway and stop for a rest at the nearest State or National Park.

When the group pulled off 444 to stop at Tickfaw State Park, they thought they would only stay an hour or so.  But the allure of the canoeing and absolutely lovely day, enticed them too much.  They ended up camping there for the night.

It was during the night that their station wagon was attacked by a hungry Bigfoot.  The creature must have smelled the little Olinguito that was caged inside the way back of the station wagon.  When the research assistants woke up the next morning, the back window of their station wagon was smashed out, the Olinguito cage bend and crumpled like a ball of paper, and the first know Olinguito in captivity had been viciously devoured by a very nasty Bigfoot.

All the research assistants were promptly fired and none wanted their names associated with this story.

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