Results for - Bizarre Growth on Mountain Lion

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As far as you know, are there Mountain Lions (also known as a Cougar) where you live?

1. As far as you know, are there Mountain Lions (also known as a Cougar) where you live?

Yes
29%
590 votes
No
54%
1,087 votes
Undecided
10%
210 votes
Not Applicable
6%
127 votes
A hunter tracking an aggressive mountain lion outside Preston, Idaho made a startling discovery when the cat's body turned up with an extra set of teeth on top of its head. The fully-formed teeth and what appears to be small whiskers were growing out of hard fur-covered tissue on the left side of the animal's forehead. One possible explanation for the teeth is that they could be the remains of a conjoined twin that died in its mother's womb and was absorbed into the surviving fetus. The deformity could also be a rare teratoma tumor. If you are a hunter, have you ever come across an animal with an abnormal deformity?

2. A hunter tracking an aggressive mountain lion outside Preston, Idaho made a startling discovery when the cat's body turned up with an extra set of teeth on top of its head. The fully-formed teeth and what appears to be small whiskers were growing out of hard fur-covered tissue on the left side of the animal's forehead. One possible explanation for the teeth is that they could be the remains of a conjoined twin that died in its mother's womb and was absorbed into the surviving fetus. The deformity could also be a rare teratoma tumor. If you are a hunter, have you ever come across an animal with an abnormal deformity?

Yes
6%
113 votes
No
38%
758 votes
Not Applicable
57%
1,143 votes
Do you enjoy watching wildlife of any kind?

3. Do you enjoy watching wildlife of any kind?

Yes
73%
1,472 votes
No
10%
207 votes
Undecided
8%
161 votes
Not Applicable
9%
174 votes
01/12/2016 Living 2014 33 By: sarahzahm

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