reply to post by Arbitrageur
Not true,and I have personally seen a mutilated cow up close.I am exactly right,dont split hairs,if you throw the dog a removed anus and the dog takes
a bite out of it the rip marks will still be as obvious as the tear marks in the "steak"I am not guessing I grew up on a farm and have seen it
all,the "tissue type"is a smokescreen,there will be even more obvious signs validateing predatory bite marks because the types of tissues more
specificlly will leave long and stretched tendrils of tissue where the animal had to actually pull the connective tissues and coatings apart like
I have seen a cored out cow,and it is literally cored like an apple would be,it is unmistakably not predatory in origin.
Just google some videos of hyenas or wolves or any predator killing and eating its prey,you will see firstly how difficult and messy it is to take
down and kill a large ungulate like a cow,then after you see all of the dirty work involved in that you will note that there arent many ways for
predators to accomplish this task,hence we can easily identify the forensic trail of a predatory attack,if that is in fact how the animals were
felled,if the animals were carcasses to start with we can also watch scavengers in nature eating dead animals so we can see exactly where they start
and the damages they do,and there isnt that much wiggle room or difference from predator to predator,this isnt jack the ripper here right its an
We need to be realistic and consider the types of predators or carnivores that have situational acess to these cattle and not simply take a
globalistic view of predatory interaction as if all these types of predators can be considered in that vein,the truth is that there are very FEW
possible options in most cases and we can look at the behaviours of these specific animals easily,say it a coyote,badger,crow,magpie,fox,black bear
ect we can analyse each seperately and eliminate it easily---fact is most of these cattle arent out in the north forty ,they are close to farms and
people--so only a few of the listed predators would have acess to them,the particular predators and their numbers may change but each mutilation is
unique and has limited situational dynamics.
Consider the heli-copters,how many times do you think choppers fly over a typical farmhouse or their fields??Seriously,I remember the times it
happened as a kid for me and there were three,thats it.So now consider the prevelance of helicopter sightings around these events,and consider they
may be observeing or superviseing something.
There are no predators that can do what I saw done to a cows body,and its not just whats done,its the position of the animal,and something feels weird
or not right in some way,your spider senses begin to tingle at 100%.
This issue is so dramatised,anyone can do simple experiments in their own kitchen to observe the obvious differences in cutting with an edged blade
and with a dull blade,no carnivores teeth cut like an edged blade or a scalpel,and yes I have been bitten by everything from dogs to pigs to mice to
racoons to horses,personally.
Its not rockey science we all tear into meat,we all bite the same at one time or another.Just try to bite a rare steak as cleanly as a knife cut,then
double your rateing of your own tear and you will still see there is NO WAY anyone can miss the obvious differences.
I am not trying to be closeminded but sometimes we allow ourselves to be sidetracked to easily,by BS.and really we all have experience biteing and
cutting,so we need to stop the BS,and get to the mat of the issue,pardon the pun.
That being that if it isnt predators damageing already dead cows,then its people,and because most farmers are armed,we would have dead or captured
mutilators by now undoubtably,so who is doing this,what groups are working together>>Thats the meat of it all.