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Bizarre three-horned cow spotted in Uganda

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A jaw-dropping video circulating online shows a cow in Uganda that sports three massive horns coming out of its head. The all-too-brief piece of footage was posted to Twitter earlier this week by a Ugandan cattle keeper named Rubabinda, who shared the video with his followers and marveled that "wonders never cease!" The strange scene has since accumulated a whopping four million views in just a few days as observers online were left astounded by the sheer size of the creature's horns, which look to measure several feet in length.

https://www.coasttocoastam.com/article/watch-bizarre-three-horned-cow-spotted-in-uganda

 

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Orphalesion

That's.....a cool cow.

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RoofGardener

Artificial stick-on horns. 

 

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Nnicolette
3 hours ago, RoofGardener said:

Artificial stick-on horns. 

 

Really? I need some glue that can hold like that!

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Stiff

According to Snopes: https://www.snopes.com/fact-check/3-horned-ankole-cow-uganda/

"Without the source video, it’s difficult to glean details about where and when this video was shot, or with what intent it was originally shared. Rather, we can only judge this footage based on what we can see, and to our eyes, this video looks a bit suspicious. 

For instance, around the six-second mark of the above-displayed video, as the middle horn passes over a tree in the background, it appears the superfluous horn changes texture and size and becomes briefly transparent. We slowed down that moment in the gif below:"

 

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"However, this isn’t definitive proof that the footage is fake. As we noted earlier, the tweet that went viral in December 2019 did not contain the original footage, and it appears some degradation in the quality of the video occurred since it was originally uploaded. The low quality of this footage might explain some of the odd artifacts."

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AllPossible

Is that my Ex-Wife? Very similar look

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kel_kel

I can tell at a glance it's fake

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DreadLordAvatar

Fake, what a joke piece of work

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Jon the frog
16 hours ago, AllPossible said:

Is that my Ex-Wife? Very similar look

 

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Tom1200

Maybe not a fake - just a misunderstanding.  After all, women sometimes think I have a third leg...

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