Bigfoot researcher Jon S. found this strange dug out tree that he can't rationally explain other than "it was a hungry Bigfoot looking for termites".
"Take a look and if you have a better explanation let me know but I'm coming up blank!" he wrote on Facebook. Here's the explanation for why he thinks it's the work of a squatch:
I found this very strange dug out tree. It looks like it was carved into by a bigfoot using a piece of metal as a tool. The area this was found has a lot of metal junk laying around so it's possible. The hole was around 10 inches high, and 5 inches deep with sharp tool marks in green wood, not a dead tree. There were some termites very deep inside the tree. The second smaller hole was 8 inches high and around 4 inches across. There were also several small holes that were in a strait line, and still much larger and deeper than I've ever seen woodpecker holes. Also when is the last time you have ever seen a woodpecker dig in a perfectly strait line? There were no small exploratory pecks like I've seen woodpeckers make. The bark was shaved off like with a tool something else inconsistent with them. The wood chips on the ground were still very green, and showed signs of being worked with a tool. This was filmed in early march and the hole appeared to be less than one month old at most.