A wild beast at the Mt Lemmon summit

A wild beast at the Mt Lemmon summit

A wild and ferocious J came out of the forest yesterday morning. He was caught on the Sky School game camera. Being a meat eater, we didn’t expect him to be attracted to the peanut butter. He came out of nowhere, smelling for the peanut butter. He seemed very hungry, seemingly from the lack of food, possibly from its competition with ManBearPig. He also had competition with the fox from the night before over the peanut butter, but luckily, the fox left some for him. After sniffing out the peanut butter, the J was skeptical at first, but then devoured it. Scientists are baffled by this sighting, a wild J has never been sighted before. This new creature must be researched more.

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