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Mutant lamb learns how to walk on two legs

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Gromdor

Okay the article say "walk on two front legs" but then turns around and says "hind legs" which is the rear legs of an animal.  (of course looking at the picture, they seem more like something stuck in the middle.)

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FlyingAngel

Let it grows, breeds and evolves like humain please.

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Still Waters
17 minutes ago, Gromdor said:

Okay the article say "walk on two front legs" but then turns around and says "hind legs" which is the rear legs of an animal.  (of course looking at the picture, they seem more like something stuck in the middle.)

It's more obvious if you watch the video.

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jethrofloyd

It reminds me of an article that was here at UM recently. About weird mutant rabbit who walks on two legs. :blink:

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third_eye

Anywhere else it's just a matter of less than four legs, but in China it's apparently a "mutant"

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Raptor Witness

Ok, I'm officially creeped out for  the rest of the day.

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Bendy Demon

It's amazing how well some animals can adapt, this little guy gets around well and I love how it squeezed itself through the bars of an enclosure too.

Too bad no one could do anything for its other problems.

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