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Picture of Cancerous Deer or Warts? - Shocking!

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posted on Jan, 26 2012 @ 04:08 PM
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No wild or free roaming turkeys are in my immediate area as far as I know. We have an agricultural reserve near me but the only birds that seem to be thriving right now are hawks and eagles. There have even been Bald Eagle sightings! There are no game birds nearby that I know of. The controlled hunts have helped. Last summer and this summer I was able to have a few flowering plants and tomatoes in my yard and that is the first time that's happened out of the whole 7 years I've lived here.

I've warned the kids in my neighborhood but they don't pay any heed nor do their parents. My dad has contracted Lyme disease and my own kid ended up covered in deer ticks in our front yard when we had a picnic on the lawn. Fortunately I saw them right away and got them off of her. We got her tested and she came up negative. I'm the only holdout who won't let my lawn service do pesticide or herbicide application so I suppose i deserve to have the tick problem but if the respiratory irritation I get when my neighbors spray is any indication, I'll take my chance with the ticks. Fungus overgrowth has been so bad the past couple of years and so have the mosquitoes, spray or no spray, we end up spending our outdoor time on the pavement anyway.

When I first saw the pics of this deer in this thread I first thought of some kind of fungus. My battles with fungus infiltrating my house, all my plants and even my aquarium have been unbelievable. I've never seen anything like it in the long years my dad and I collectively have been in the hobby.




posted on Jan, 26 2012 @ 04:38 PM
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Originally posted by SheeplFlavoredAgain
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No wild or free roaming turkeys are in my immediate area as far as I know. We have an agricultural reserve near me but the only birds that seem to be thriving right now are hawks and eagles. There have even been Bald Eagle sightings! There are no game birds nearby that I know of. The controlled hunts have helped. Last summer and this summer I was able to have a few flowering plants and tomatoes in my yard and that is the first time that's happened out of the whole 7 years I've lived here.

I've warned the kids in my neighborhood but they don't pay any heed nor do their parents. My dad has contracted Lyme disease and my own kid ended up covered in deer ticks in our front yard when we had a picnic on the lawn. Fortunately I saw them right away and got them off of her. We got her tested and she came up negative. I'm the only holdout who won't let my lawn service do pesticide or herbicide application so I suppose i deserve to have the tick problem but if the respiratory irritation I get when my neighbors spray is any indication, I'll take my chance with the ticks. Fungus overgrowth has been so bad the past couple of years and so have the mosquitoes, spray or no spray, we end up spending our outdoor time on the pavement anyway.

When I first saw the pics of this deer in this thread I first thought of some kind of fungus. My battles with fungus infiltrating my house, all my plants and even my aquarium have been unbelievable. I've never seen anything like it in the long years my dad and I collectively have been in the hobby.


We had a tick issue when I was a kid so my father brought home some guinea hens. They are like tick vacuum cleaners. But I bet your neighbors wouldn't like you anymore if your brought them home. They have to be the most annoying bird in the world lmao.



posted on Jan, 26 2012 @ 04:46 PM
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Originally posted by olliemc84


We had a tick issue when I was a kid so my father brought home some guinea hens. They are like tick vacuum cleaners. But I bet your neighbors wouldn't like you anymore if your brought them home. They have to be the most annoying bird in the world lmao.


Not to mention you can't keep them with other chickens.

We had some for awhile, but they bullied all the other chickens in the pen.

They are unreal, must be kept separate.
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posted on Jan, 26 2012 @ 04:55 PM
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My god, that animal died in pain.


This is not okay. I promise you, I will do anything I can in my power to get to the bottom of this...



Innocent beings being harmed by human byproducts.... It makes me sick. Injustice has been done on a being.



posted on Jan, 26 2012 @ 05:18 PM
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If I were in the same shape as that deer, I'd also walk towards someone holding a gun , in hopes they'd put me out of my misery.
Sad.
Poor thing.



posted on Jan, 26 2012 @ 05:22 PM
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There is absolutely NO PROOF that that animal was subjected to harmful human byproducts. Animals get sick in the wild, just like humans do.

Look at some of the links that I have posted in previous posts.
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posted on Jan, 27 2012 @ 12:13 AM
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I think in this case he contracted a virus. There was a very unfortunate human being I read about, I think on this part of the forum...you may need to backdate to earlier threads, who suffered a similar human brand of this sort of miserable ailment in a third world setting. He had to have extensive surgery provided by charitable surgeons to remove the growths so he could regain some use of his limbs. It is not fun to contemplate but mother nature herself can be a cruel beyotch.

It is one thing to wax philosophical or poetic about living in harmony with nature, but if you go to countries where good medical care is nonexistent and see what happens when nature has her way, it is an eye opener. As a result of my fishkeeping hobby, I've had to educate myself on the subject of parasites because I can't just take my fish to the doctor. I have to diagnose and treat the little patients myself. In my readings, I've come across some accounts of hellish ones that hold sway over tribal people who live very basic, primitive lives close to nature. Look up Guinea Worm for a real horror story. That is just one of many.

My maternal grandma was from a small Asian village and she saw firsthand some really scary looking diseases of fungal, bacterial, and viral nature well before industry or pollution of any kind came along. Even in modern times, with their humid climate, a lot of residents there are prone to odd skin problems, fungal in nature.

Our modern way of life desperately needs to be overhauled to make it more balanced with nature. But we can't take it for granted that our advances in hygiene and some of our more prudent management of nature has spared us from some very weird ailments our third world cousins still suffer greatly from. And crud like this deer has is one of them!



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posted on Jan, 27 2012 @ 12:40 AM
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Different deer with pictures and explanation:

www.whitetailhunting.info...

Likely from human pollution.



posted on Jan, 27 2012 @ 12:52 AM
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The OP deer and the one in your link look to be suffering from the same condition. But the OP deer appears to have taken on bacterial infection and ulceration of its growths possibly due to abrasion. That is just my opinion, as it seems more likely. I don't know of any kind of pollution that would make a deer look like that, unless it is a combination of that viral disease and pollution. Talk about a perfect storm for a hot mess of an affliction.

I feel bad for that poor animal. It was a horrible way to live. I hope this is the last we see of this sort of thing.



posted on Jan, 27 2012 @ 07:55 AM
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Originally posted by Pervius
Different deer with pictures and explanation:

www.whitetailhunting.info...

Likely from human pollution.


I thought that I had gone above and beyond DISPROVING the fact that these deer are suffering from a disease brought on by human contaminates. But I can see that people are still ignorant of the truth and refuse to do some follow up research. So I give up.

Maybe aliens did it? Or the Mayans. Or Elenin. I bet it was Elenin.




posted on Jan, 27 2012 @ 08:02 AM
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YUK...Just shows you whats in our drinking water....DONT EAT THE DEER!!!! on my...thank you



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