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Metepec Creature

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That is obviously a mummified monkey.

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It looks like a mummified monkey.

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Posted (edited)

It looks like a mummified monkey.

true that..

it looks really ugly infact

also this is supposed to be another picture of it i think before it dried otu because the guy i dont remember but i think i read that he stuffed it into some liquid .post-86736-1242500905_thumb.jpg

Edited by Nokturna1

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so this creature was caught in metepec mexico at a bird farm or something like that it was caught in a mouse trap. and one was supposedly seen alive aswell .

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_FEMSaRrbrc

So you have a mummified monkey, and one supposedly seen alive? Then they saw a monkey...

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So you have a mummified monkey, and one supposedly seen alive? Then they saw a monkey...

ok i just attached the image of the one alive or well atleast not all dried out

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Posted (edited)

That's... pretty damn ugly.

Edited by _Libby

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That's... pretty damn ugly.

hah it sure is..

i dont know but mexico always has some crazy stories and its cool cause it gets into the media not all covert like here in the us lol

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hah it sure is..

i dont know but mexico always has some crazy stories and its cool cause it gets into the media not all covert like here in the us lol

I'm not sure whether reporting a dead monkey as an alien or some mysterious creature is a good thing. It's better not to report it at all, not that it has any news value.

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Putting monkeys in mouse traps is seriously all the rage now, I guess?

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idk how u guys see it as a monkey...but uhh just comparing it to the mousetrap and u can see that it had to b a pretty small "monkey"...

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idk how u guys see it as a monkey...but uhh just comparing it to the mousetrap and u can see that it had to b a pretty small "monkey"...

Small monkey...?

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idk how u guys see it as a monkey...but uhh just comparing it to the mousetrap and u can see that it had to b a pretty small "monkey"...

Marmoset are very small monkeys

This is a baby common marmoset

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and here is someone with a fully grown one.

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Marmoset are very small monkeys

This is a baby common marmoset

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:o Awwwwwwww!!!!

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WANT.

I could never live with myself though. I feel bad enough about wanting (and possibly getting) a macaw... :lol:

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WANT.

I could never live with myself though. I feel bad enough about wanting (and possibly getting) a macaw... :lol:

You has cute picture detector built in? :lol:

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WANT.

I could never live with myself though. I feel bad enough about wanting (and possibly getting) a macaw... :lol:

:lol:

I saw some of them in Brazil, they are adorable.

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Edited by Mattshark

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You has cute picture detector built in? :lol:

YES. but then it makes me sad

:lol:

I saw some of them in Brazil, they are adorable.

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why. did you not bring me.

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Posted (edited)

how could someone show such disrespect to our little cousins? :cry:

Edited by rick roll fan

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how could someone show such disrespect to our little ancestors? :cry:

Cousins, not ancestors.

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Posted (edited)

oh c'mon lol you know what i mean :P

there i edited it.

Edited by rick roll fan

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:lol:

I saw some of them in Brazil, they are adorable.

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its too bad monkeys of this type arent in that place or near that spot of mexico. its a desert

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its too bad monkeys of this type arent in that place or near that spot of mexico. its a desert

Marmosets are common pet trade victims, that is the likely origin.

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Marmosets are common pet trade victims, that is the likely origin.

true but look at it this way those dudes had a house not a farm where they were raising raptors and other birds. as you can tell by the conditions of that place and the type of people they looked like they werent going to have a marmoset due to price and these were just regular working men caring for birds and not marmosets...

also if it were a monkey it would still have some sort of mange or hair. just look online for mummified monkeys and none match what we have here

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true but look at it this way those dudes had a house not a farm where they were raising raptors and other birds. as you can tell by the conditions of that place and the type of people they looked like they werent going to have a marmoset due to price and these were just regular working men caring for birds and not marmosets...

also if it were a monkey it would still have some sort of mange or hair. just look online for mummified monkeys and none match what we have here

It didn't have to belong to them.

Mange? Mange is a parasite that burrows in the hair follicles.

. . .

I think they look pretty similar to what we have here. Yeah. I do.

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