Tuesday, May 1, 2012

Snohomish Skookum Skunk Warrior.

Hartley, our main man on the ground in Seattle, sent me these amazing images from the Snohomish region of Washington state. I've contacted a number of crytpozoologists to confirm the credibility of the photographs. Most regard this rare sighting of the Skookum Skunk Warrior as a breakthrough for the scientific community. Take notice of the varying degrees of radness happening with the Skookum's head beard. White to brown to white confirms that this specimen is indeed an elder. "Skookum" in Chinook has a range of positive meanings: "strong" "brave" "ultimate" and "powerful" are the most common. 'Nuff said.

Closer in on the infamous head beard that the Skookum Skunk Warrior proudly combs with the quills of a porcupine every misty morn. The specimen is smiling, likely intoxicated from the scent of female estrus.

Hartley deserves to be commended on his bravery. An aroused Skunk Warrior is dangerous and highly volatile.

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