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In nature, the ranking system is very much based on height. The
you can pee, the bigger and badder you are. Thus, when the
mountain lion, or bear smells your pee all the way up to the top of
where it can reach on the tree your foodbags are hanging from, it
to back the f off. I propose using a system based on
foodbag hanging stick
| (with string from bottom to foodbag)
raise a pulley and tubing, whereby a pump will provide the needed
head (huh huh, he said head) to raise a load of pee to the
reaches of the tree, thereby marking said territory as that of a
large and in charge animal. Thus; do not mess with my food,
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||hmmmm, maybe. (+) for making me wonder.
I've always found that marking a large circle around a lone campsite worked wonders for keeping animals away but I never once thought about the height of the markings. It makes sense/scents that a higher spray would carry farther on the wind.
||//Pee in a SuperSoaker squirtgun// Excellent idea for all kinds of circumstances. I used to have a handy pocket sized pistol version of those SS pressurised water guns. Shame I got rid of it years ago or I'd be trying this out in about 1/2 an hour...
||I want [8th] & [21Q] to post before & after pics of their campsite.
||Maybe I can get a job as a psychoveterinarian treating PTSD in moose and buffalo...
||I want pics when [Spc] realizes he's peed on his food.
||Why 'male'? Do wild animals not react to women's urine in the same way?
||I'm almost certain that animals can smell the difference between males and females of a species from the smell of their urine, and I would assume that it determines the behaviour of predators.
They can also tell when women are menstruating.