posted on Mar, 15 2003 @ 10:11 AM
I have to say, it looks real.
After hunting for 25+ years, and shooting, skinning, and otherwise inspecting some rather dangerous animals, including javalina, a wolverine many
years ago (in self defence, these are very agressive animals, a bear will back away from one), a bobcat, a cougar (again in self defence), and wild
feral dogs (please note, I will NOT shoot domesticated dogs, being a dog lover, I could not live with myself if I did so. However, wild dogs who
present a threat to human health and safety, as well as property and other animals, there isnt much choice) I know what most animal internal
structures look like.
The jaw and tooth structure looks totally wrong for any kind of omnivore, and even for a straight carnivore, the canines would be more pronounced, the
incisors would be more flattened... This tooth structure reminds me of the jaws of some predatory fish found at extreme depths in the ocean quite
I agree with Raven, the entrails and spinal cord do look too real to be a kind of fake. It looks real, but is likely something we are not
supposed to find...