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   xoxoxoBruce  Saturday Jul 26 12:49 AM

July 25, 2008: Six Legged Fawn

Pravda.Ru, has these pictures of a six legged fawn in Georgia... That's our Georgia, not their Georgia.

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A six-legged fawn is recovering at West Rome Animal Clinic in Rome, Ga. after sustaining minor injuries this weekend from two dogs in Everett Springs, Ga. Due to the injuries, one of its two tails had to be amputated. The fawn has two distinct pelvises and uses one leg from each pelvis to walk.


I guess you'd call that a happy ending.


newtimer  Saturday Jul 26 02:46 AM

Why can't science make a 4-legged chicken? Drumsticks for the whole family!



zippyt  Saturday Jul 26 03:24 AM

Dont know whether it coming or going !!!!

Venison for the WHOLE family !!!



sweetwater  Saturday Jul 26 09:39 AM

That critter needs to grow antlers with extra points, quick, to counterbalance those hindquarters. Now who is going to ask if it poos out both ends? Not me.



Cicero  Saturday Jul 26 10:02 AM

Reminds me of this!
http://www.cellar.org/showthread.php?t=17676

I think they're both cute. But it also answers the questions I had about the freak lamb. Maybe the extra legs and ear actually worked.



Gravdigr  Monday Jul 28 06:19 PM

I saw a piece on the news that said he will probably end up at the University of Georgia (ours, not theirs) to be studied. I'd like to have those four hams at the University of Grill (mine, not yours)

Video @ http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Wn2F0llszu4



ZenGum  Monday Jul 28 11:38 PM

Nah, it's just a normal fawn getting a proctological examination from Mr Tumnus, who is very serious about his work. Really gets into it.



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