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Grasshopper shot near Miles City Mont 1937 >> Why that is one big grasshopper! ha ha ha! I bet it is friends with the Jackalope...

  • Stacey Rech
    Stacey Rech • 2 years ago

    I grew up about 70 miles from there, and that's a bit bigger than I recall.

  • Hippie Goner
    Hippie Goner • 2 years ago

    I was gonna say, I used to see some big ones when I was little, but that is a GIANT!

  • James Sullivan
    James Sullivan • 2 years ago

    Not necessarily a photoshop. It could have been done in a dark room and air-brushed.

  • Irish Truck
    Irish Truck • 2 years ago

    of course is a fake: insects don't have a circulatory and respiratory systems adapted to support big dimensions.

  • Rashid Khan
    Rashid Khan • 26 weeks ago

    As per distributional zoo records such a giant grasshoppers do not occur in Montana.The photo is of a man holding a 3 foot long grasshopper in one hand and a rifle in the other does not give any natural occurrence.. Is it morphed/modified,/ Photoshop?. techies have to find out.. Same photo posted on another site says 32.5 lbs, found in Maungawhau NEW ZEALAND...This makes it very suspicious. . Specie Name:Calecus Grasshopper also not available in records.

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