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Old 23-03-2018, 06:09 AM
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Bunyips at Deniliquin?

During my weekly research of significant global cryptozoological sightings, I stumbled across some old info that was new to me In amougst the big foot and Big cat news was something that caught my eye

I'd never paid much thought to Bunyips - I mean, we all know they're evil beasts, that live in swamps and that they're 100% real - but few of us have everr seen one.

But as I dived down the Bunyip hole of info available on the net - one thing became very clear.

There may be another explanation for the amount of sightings on the Murray River..........................
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Old 23-03-2018, 06:25 AM
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If you take a close look at this map, you'll notice I've placed yellow pins along the Murray river - can anyone tell me what these towns have in common?
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Old 23-03-2018, 06:09 PM
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If you take a close look at this map, you'll notice I've placed yellow pins along the Murray river - can anyone tell me what these towns have in common?
I think I"ve got it, I wont give the answer away, but it is most unexpected!

Good pick-up Larry, you learn something new every day.
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Old 23-03-2018, 06:15 PM
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I wont give the answer away, but it is most unexpected!

Good pick-up Larry, you learn something new every day.
Thanks Greggo - You can ignore one sighting But if theres a skin hanging on the wall of the Canargo Pub - it adds a little credence.
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Old 20-04-2018, 04:29 AM
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I need some help Larry, give us a hint.
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Its a big unit you dont associate with the country
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It may have been on "The Voice" last year...it's initials are C.L.
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Just came across a couple more beasts to look out for - the Garkain and the Yara-ma-yha-who

Garkain is a legendary creature in Australian Aboriginal mythology said to haunt the dense jungle along the Liverpool River in the Northern Territory. Should an unwary traveler enter his domain, Garkain swoops down from the trees on his leathery wings and envelops them.[1]

After suffocating his victim with his foul stench, Garkain devours their flesh, leaving the intruderís spirit to forever wander the vast jungle in search of their final resting place



The Yara-ma-yha-who is a legendary creature found in Australian Aboriginal mythology. According to legend, the creature resembles a little frog-like man with red skin, a very big head, a large mouth with no teeth and suckers on the ends of its hands and feet.

The Yara-ma-yha-who is said to live in fig trees. Instead of hunting for food, it is described as waiting for an unsuspecting traveller to rest under the tree. The creature then drops down and uses its suckers to drain the victim's blood. After that it swallows the person, drinks some water, and then takes a nap. When the Yara-ma-yha-who awakens, it regurgitates the victim, leaving them shorter than before. The victim's skin also has a reddish tint to it that it didn't have before.[1][2] It repeats this process several times. At length, the victim is transformed into a Yara-ma-yha-who themselves.

According to legend, the Yara-ma-yha-who is only active during the day and only targets living prey. "Playing dead" until sunset (it is said to only hunt during the day) is offered as a ploy to avoid attack.
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..... "Playing dead" until sunset (it is said to only hunt during the day) is offered as a ploy to avoid attack.
this was the last 2 years of my working life
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this was the last 2 years of my working life
Haha pissa -

Judging by its other habit, of slowly draining the life out of its victims over an extended period of time - I think my boss might be a "Yara-ma-yha-who"
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https://www.news.com.au/national/bre...b44aa03b378c36

This was in the paper a couple of days ago about 5 minutes from my place.

Not to sure if I believe it all,Pretty interesting though.

Where this sighting happened is close to the Kokoda Army Barracks in Canungra there is sooooooo much land there that youre not aloud in and ive heard is basically untouched .
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This was in the paper a couple of days ago about 5 minutes from my place.

Not to sure if I believe it all,Pretty interesting though.

Where this sighting happened is close to the Kokoda Army Barracks in Canungra there is sooooooo much land there that youre not aloud in and ive heard is basically untouched .
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imagine a raw/ scream along with pigs being slaughtered and its that loud you can fe

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Postby Yowie.. Ľ Wed Feb 06, 2019 3:02 am
Ahh here we go, does anyone here belive in the yowie? I hate saying this for the reason that i just get laughed at but i really do belive these guys exist. Ive spent many years in the bush hunting or just exploring and i do know the sounds our animals make, this is what has sort of wrecked bush walking for me.. about 6 years ago late November i was walking through bush up near noojee looking for lace monitors when something just felt weird and got that strong feeling of being watched, i often get that feeling but this time it felt scary and i just knew something wasn't right, walking back to my car about 200mts away my gut feeling was to run but i tried to tell myself to get it together cos if i run ill only make it 20mts and have a heart attack, but i had to run because i was being watched and whatever it was didn't want me there.. it let out an almighty raw and other weird sounds that was so loud i couldn't tell if it was in front of me or behind me, it was like it was all around me. Once i got to my car i heard big tree branches being snapped but i was way to scared to look back so once in my car i had to do a rushed 3 point turn on a little track but in my land cruiser i turned it around in 1 shot driving over small trees and not caring about any damage to my car, i wanted to get out of there and yowies have been stuck in my mind since.. its wrecked bush walking for me now..
Any thoughts on what it could of been? After doing research these guys go way back thousands of years and theres even been reported sightings up in noojee in the past. I can handle criticism so please dont hold back, just telling you all what i heard and my only thought on what it could of been, imagine a raw/ scream along with pigs being slaughtered and its that loud you can feel it in your chest.. thats almost how it was.
What are your thoughts?

Oh and i dont drink or smoke dope. This was real
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Old 25-02-2019, 08:09 AM
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The Bunyip Origin Story probably went something like this

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