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Strage Courger Found In Weston


The photograph seems to show teeth that grow like horns out of the feline’s forehead.

A strange cougar with a bump-like protrusion on his head was found in a forest in Weston, in southeastern Idaho.

The strange beast was killed by a hunter and was reported by an officer who inspected the animal and sent a photo to the Idaho Department of Fish and Game, leaving the regional office officials stunned.

The photograph seems to show teeth that grow like horns out of the hard tissue on the feline’s forehead. Faced with the puzzle of what might have happened to the puma, the Idaho Department sent the image to fellow veterinarians and local wildlife experts to help identify what exactly happened to him.

There was no definitive consensus in response, but several hypotheses were handled. One of the theories of the experts is that the feline had a teratoma, a kind of tumor in which the growth of hair, bone, teeth and even organs can develop. Although these types of tumors are extremely rare in humans, isolated events have been reported in mammalian animals.

Another one of the theories of the experts is that that strange bulge could be the rest of a “united twin” that possibly died in the belly and was absorbed by the cougar.

The third could be the result of an injury in a fight that could have been healed without the injured part expelling what entered his skull abruptly.

The puma is still in the hands of the hunter, who plans to have the corpse dissected and preserved by a taxidermist.

However, the Idaho Department of Fish and Game will conduct an autopsy and perform X-rays of the cat to help arrive at a more robust conclusion.

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