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Strange find...

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posted on Nov, 29 2003 @ 09:45 PM
It's most likely a cat or a dog. A vet could tell you more. I don't think its anything unnatural.

posted on Nov, 29 2003 @ 09:57 PM

Mountain Lion

Maybe it is a premi Mountain Lion????? Are there any in the foothills where you live MountainStar?

Yep, hillrunner I live in the foothills of Mount Charleston in Nye county Nevada. Yes we do get an occasional mountain lion passing through. This is a little guy but it has teeth!

posted on Nov, 30 2003 @ 03:49 AM
more pics:

posted on Nov, 30 2003 @ 11:59 AM
Thank-you Zion for posting all of these pics for me.

The third one down shows its teeth.
I did e-mail some pictures to veterinarians and the mountain lion foundation. Hopefully, they can tell me something and I will let you know.

posted on Nov, 30 2003 @ 12:01 PM
Bury the poor thing.
It's a dead dog.

posted on Nov, 30 2003 @ 12:21 PM
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posted on Dec, 2 2003 @ 12:05 PM
A cats skulls isnt shaped like that. Thats too big for a cat's skull. But the skull might be a correct size for a dog. It seems like many dogs have many different skull shapes, so it might either be that or a deformed one. Who knows...

posted on Dec, 2 2003 @ 12:12 PM
Quote:Is it me, or does the skull look kinda human shaped???

Cats have the closest shape skull to that of a human.
just a useless fact really

posted on Dec, 10 2003 @ 09:56 PM
Here's is an e-mail I received today concerning this mummified creature. I'm still waiting on several other responses. I even wrote to N.I.D.s in Las Vegas. I will keep you informed.

Eric Rickart, the UMNH Curator of Vertebrates, and I reviewed your photos and
were unable to determine the species of this animal from the pictures. The
view of the face, which is the best diagnostic indicator, isn't clear enough to
make a species identification. It's not big (about a foot long) and the feet
seem to be digitigrade. The cranium (from what we can see) is round. So a
guess is that it may be a cat of some sort, although the tail is pretty short.
It might be a baby, but the feet aren't disproportionately large.

I'm sorry we couldn't be of more help.

Shannen Robson
Department of Anthropology and
Utah Museum of Natural History
University of Utah
Salt Lake City UT 84112

posted on Dec, 10 2003 @ 10:08 PM
its probably a cat simease or something, but maybe a pug dog, not a taco dog

posted on Apr, 12 2004 @ 11:56 PM
Update on the mystery mummy found near Area 51.

Around the first part of January I sent the mummy to "The Museum of the Unexplained". From there it was taken to Dury University in Springfield MO. Many tests were done on the little fellow and I'm still waiting to see the videos taken. What I do know is.....
It is a full grown adult cat. Now remember it was only 5 1/2 inches long! Not only that the teeth are abnormal and not seen in domestic cats. I don't know if they did carbon 14 dating or not. The Museum seems really interested in the little guy as they want to take him on tour. They just got back from the Eureka Springs convention in Ar. So it will be interesting what those people thought of it. Especially "Fate magazine". When I get the video I will post whatever I hear in my blog. So stay's not over yet! More pictures in the link below.

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