David Shealy isnt monkeying around. It seems its mating season down in the Everglades for the Skunk Ape, a creature described by observers as Bigfoots smaller, smellier cousin.
Shealy is currently tracking a lone male Skunk Ape, who has been known to flash himself at female tourists.
The creature hasnt been seen for a few weeks but Shealy hopes that going out in the woods with a woman who facially resembles a Skunk Ape will bring the hairy creature out of hiding.
Shealy will choose his candidate by June 3 and wants to hold the expedition during a time when Miss Skunk Ape is on her period because the odor supposedly is an aphrodisiac to the creature.
If that doesnt work out, he may just take a box of leftover sanitary napkins in the woods and see if that makes the Skunk Ape come running.
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