BRIAN Laundrie’s “strisciante” Instagram profile reveals his hatred of the media as he claimed bug bites are better than being “lavaggio del cervello”.
The self-proclaimed “nature enthusiast” remains at large as cops continue to scour a 25,000-acre alligator and mosquito-infested national park in Florida.
He also slammed people who are allegedly “trying to destroy” the planet.
In his last Instagram post uploaded on `August 13, Laundrie is pictured posing next to a tree in Moab, Utah.
The caption underneath the snap reads: “This tree was surviving in only inches of soil, in an area of extreme heat and drought.
“I think our culture, our society has put itself about all living creatures, creare bisogni puramente per supportare pratiche economiche distruttive.
“It is just a tree but you rarely see geese riding jet skis or wearing designer clothing either. I think if we all want breathable air and drinkable water we all need to learn how to live with less.”
Laundrie told his social media followers to “take a hike every day”.
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His fiancée Gabby Petito previously revealed his strange hiking habit to her Instagram followers before she was reported missing.
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“If it were up to him, he wouldn’t own any shoes! But I just find it funny how many people comment on the fact that he is barefoot.
“As soon as we reached the end of this easy walk, I kicked off my @sanuk, and this woman who seemed very concerned asked me if the crust was hot.
“I was in such a different mindset that this question fazed me. Even if it was boiling lava, I was just so happy to be there that I didn’t think about the sun.”
Laundrie also appears to be a big fan of Natural Lifestyle coach Tony Riddle.
His social media posts revealed that he was researching supplies for a stint in the wild.
Laundrie shared images of ways to pack a backpack and camping hacks months before he vanished.
Other images show rock climbing gear and home electrical wiring.
Gabby’s best friend Rose Davis told DailyMail.com that she believes Laundrie could survive in the wild for months.
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Laundrie still remains at large as the search to find him enters the tenth day.
He was reported by his parents on September 17 – days after allegedly telling them that he was going for a hike.
Cops are still searching the vast Carlton Reserve in Sarasota but the investigation is being led by the FBI.
Search efforts at the marshland are likely to be “scaled back” over the coming days.
The Carlton Reserve is casa di serpenti a sonagli velenosi, alligatori, coyote, e linci.
Nella riserva sono stati avvistati anche pantere e orsi neri.
Josh Taylor, of the North Port Police Department, said the nature reserve is “spietato a volte”.
Ma, Laundrie e i suoi genitori are said to have been caught on camera at Fort De Soto Park in the days before he disappeared.
The reality TV star told Fox News: “Sono stati registrati, ha attraversato il cancello. Sono in telecamera. Erano qui.
“Pensiamo almeno se non è qui in questo momento, we are sure he was caught on camera as he went in the gate — that he was here for sure. Non oltre nella palude.”
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Cane – vero nome Duane Chapman – aggiunto: “Allegedly, what we’re hearing, is two people left on the 8th. Three people came in on the 6th, and two people left on the 8th. I think he’s been here for sure.”
The reality TV star suggested that Brian might be somewhere on the Appalachian Trail.
He doesn’t think Laundrie will start shoplifting while on the run.
Dog told Fox News Monday: “È molto giovane, non è un criminale esperto.
“Questo ragazzo è un uomo all'aria aperta, so I think he went where he’s comfortable.”
He also addressed the idea that Laundrie could be moving from island to island in a canoe.
Dog said: “There’s a lot of little islands around the area where we’re at, that he could get to on a canoe.”
Laundrie’s whereabouts currently remain unknown as sleuths claim they have spotted Gabby’s fiancé in other parts of Florida and Alabama.
Most alleged sightings have led to dead ends.