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Hiker finds strange carcass in New Mexico


Posted on Wednesday, 23 June, 2010 | Comment icon 89 comments | News tip by: Donald Gialanella


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Footage submitted to us this week shows a still photograph of a strange carcass discovered in New Mexico.

Donald Gialanella: I came across this sabre-toothed Duck-billed creature while hiking in the remote high desert in Northern New Mexico. It was about 4 ft. in length and had strange bumps protruding from it's back as well as a very long snout and one large canine tooth. It was dry as a bone and stiff as a board.

"I came across a bizarre carcass while hiking in the high desert of Northern New Mexico over the weekend."

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Comment icon #80 Posted by BigDaddy_GFS on 18 July, 2010, 1:02
A corpse of a canid -- fox or coyote, probably -- but with the image altered. The ridges ont its back look like ribs or vertabral ridges that have been stretched. The snout looks altered, as well.
Comment icon #81 Posted by korn101 on 25 October, 2010, 19:12
Interesting, you managed to take only One picture.
Comment icon #82 Posted by The Unseen on 25 October, 2010, 19:57
That picture has gone around alot and there is more than one story behind it,Dont know what it is but too many people claim that they took the picture,too many stories claim it to be in there country,Frankly it's boring.not to say this post was bad but it's just that too many people claim to have taken the picture and I don't believe any of them.Not a waste of time but a waste of story space.this picture has been on most paranormal sites including this one,It's not new but it keeps making it here like it is new.
Comment icon #83 Posted by Walker on 25 October, 2010, 23:24
Photoshop. You know, there are literally thousand of hybrid creatures being put together with photoshop. Why would this be different?
Comment icon #84 Posted by -ROOK- on 25 October, 2010, 23:32
Nah Nah Nah its real I know I saw it! I raised it! His name was el Chopos and he was my friend and I find the mockery of his corpse an insult to my... ah.... who am I kidding. I just wanted to be different, this thing is fake as hell and is it me or is it missing its anus? I don't make a habit of knowing these kind of morbidities but with decomposing K9's, isn't it their stomach and rear that rot first?
Comment icon #85 Posted by Undercoversceptic on 29 March, 2011, 9:28
HEY!DONT MOCK EL CHOPOS!
Comment icon #86 Posted by KIng313 on 17 January, 2012, 22:05
its just an underweight animal who was ill and now dead
Comment icon #87 Posted by Abramelin on 17 January, 2012, 22:09
Really? Thanks, we didn't notice that before. And what animal was it according to you?
Comment icon #88 Posted by DieChecker on 18 January, 2012, 3:49
Well obviously it is a wallaby-hyrax mutant hybrid with cybernetic enhancements to allow the New World Military Illuminati Templars to rule the world!!! Duh!!


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