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Does anyone know what this animal is (from the antlers) ??

I am not sure what animal this is... I cannot tell from the antlers. Does anyone know?? Any help would be GREATLY appreciated. Thank you.

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Does anyone know what this animal is (from the antlers) ??

It looks like it could be a young carabo(sp) or a rain deer.
F.K.

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I'd say caribou or raindeer too

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Ditto. The horns are about right, the skeleton's right, and the hooves have the round-toed shape of a caribou/reindeer. The terrain looks like tundra, too. It's tough to tell the difference between caribou and reindeer, though, without more developed horns.

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expatriate wrote:
It's tough to tell the difference between caribou and reindeer, though, without more developed horns.

Plus he doesn't have a red nose lol

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Uhh...it's a black and white photo... Big smile

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After examining Think the photo using the most recent and technologically advanced photo examination tools from both NASA, Google, and the CIA I have determined that the photo is indeed black and white, or color challenged for the PC types, and it represents a dead three legged deer.

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So JT given your expert dignosis do you believe that it was the genetic fact that said deer (Bou) was 3 legged, this was the "Darwineon survival of the fittest" reason for demise?

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You guys crack me up Laugh Laugh Laugh Laugh Laugh

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Not a lot of meat on it. I think it's one of them dreaded Jackalopes but i didnt see the fangs!

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So JT given your expert dignosis do you believe that it was the genetic fact that said deer (Bou) was 3 legged, this was the "Darwineon survival of the fittest" reason for demise?

I plugged in this question to all three sources but only google would offer an answer.
I appears that NASA,s Photo Examination Software is currently unavailable due to massive usage examining the Moon Collision exercise.Still no answer on whether there was water found.

The CIA software would neither confirm nor deny it's very own existence.
They did release the following statement: "The dead animal shown on the submitted photo did not meet it's demise as a result of "enhanced interrogation" by this agency".

Google says that "yes it is possible that this animals death was a result of "Survival of the Fittest" scenario. Based on evidence obtained from the photo, it would appear to us that the deer(Bou) tripped on the small stone visible near the hind end. Having only three legs it could not get itself back up off of the ground where it most probably laid there until it starved to death as evidenced by it's ribs clearly showing thru it's hide".

I would be inclined to go with Googles explanation, however due to the dead animals close proximity to the ocean(seen in the background) I can not rule out a Shark or Orca attack.

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