Two examples of animal genetic anomaly: Giant grizzly and goat with eight legs

They are all around us!

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This is the largest bear ever killed! Nine foot tall grizzly shot by Alaskan hunter near Fairbanks. This monster bear is 9 feet tall, with a skull measuring 27 and 6/16ths inches. It is the second largest grizzly ever documented, but the largest hunt. Only a grizzly skull found by an Alaska taxidermist in 1976 was bigger.

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This is a picture of the largest bear EVER killed. Photo: Instagram

The next image is also preoccupating… A goat with eight legs and both male and female reproductive organs! WTF! The reason for the baby goat’s extra legs is an underdeveloped twin sibling. Itmay survive up to three years if it passes the first week.

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This goat with eight legs was born in the village of Kutjevo in Croatia… Radiation from Tchernobyl? Photo: PAI

Pretty unexpected and scary, isn’t it?

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