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two headed deer killed

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HerdManager 13-Jan-11
Reaper 13-Jan-11
The Old Sarge 13-Jan-11
Stik'n String 13-Jan-11
Bou'bound 13-Jan-11
The Old Sarge 14-Jan-11
Gundy 14-Jan-11
Reaper 14-Jan-11
neverdull 14-Jan-11
Wood 14-Jan-11
The Old Sarge 15-Jan-11
oldgoat 15-Jan-11
JamesV 15-Jan-11
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tobywon 15-Jan-11
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From: HerdManager Date: 13-Jan-11
Not buying it. You can see the head on the left is just stuck between the legs of the other deer. The hide is even a different color.

From: Reaper Date: 13-Jan-11
Not buying it. To many holes in that story.

From: The Old Sarge Date: 13-Jan-11
Some people will believe anything. Others will believe only what they read. lol

From: Stik'n String Date: 13-Jan-11
It is absolutely a fake; there have been posts on a number of other web sites regarding this hoax. Actually, that Seabrook/San Leon paper has run hoax stories in the past, reminiscent of the Onion.

From: Bou'bound Date: 13-Jan-11
it is possible though with all the inbreeding behind the fences in TX and close contact of diseased animals congregated around the bait piles.

From: The Old Sarge Date: 14-Jan-11
I would imagine there are a great number of deformed deer out there somewhere, as with almost any species. But a head at each end ... and it survived more than a few days past birth?!!

Tell me you're not serious ...

The Old Sarge

From: Gundy Date: 14-Jan-11

Gundy's embedded Photo

Not uncommon. I caught this one on a trailcam not long ago.

From: Reaper Date: 14-Jan-11
it is possible though with all the inbreeding behind the fences in TX and close contact of diseased animals congregated around the bait piles.

Does everyone believe that every ranch in texas is high fenced. LOL And of those places that are high fenced few are under thousands of acres. Nobody high fences 30 acres and stocks it with deer. It's not a stock pond for crying out loud.

From: neverdull Date: 14-Jan-11
wow, a push me pull you deer! bet dr. doolittle would like to see that. that is if anyone remembers dr. doolittle.

From: Wood Date: 14-Jan-11
Don't know about deer but I saw a 2 headed calf in the musium in Boise when I was a kid. (long time ago)

From: The Old Sarge Date: 15-Jan-11
Wood,

It's still there. It didn't survive but a few hours or a day or so at most. I remember seeing it for the first time when I was in Cub Scouts in '56.

And both heads come out the same end. :0)

From: oldgoat Date: 15-Jan-11
I believe it, why just last night I saw a "man eating chicken" too. We were at KFC's and there it was

From: JamesV Date: 15-Jan-11
Grundy...........

How would you ever get a shot at a buck with 4 eyes and 2 noses. The regular ones are too smart for me.

James.................

From: bigbucklb Date: 15-Jan-11
If it had antlers on one head and none on the other did I use my doe permit?

From: tobywon Date: 15-Jan-11
At least I wouldn't have to use my butt out for field dressing

From: elkhunter5x5 Date: 15-Jan-11
wow i would hate to run into that deer in the woods ,that would be the meanest deer in the woods not being able to take a dump

From: J-ROD Date: 15-Jan-11
That is probably the most fake looking picture I have ever seen LOL!!

From: bobbin hood Date: 15-Jan-11
Poor deer. Doesn't know if he's coming or going!

From: big ter Date: 15-Jan-11
is that real?

From: bumpinblaze4x4 Date: 15-Jan-11
Absolutely false/photoshopped/etc. End of subject.

Occasionally animals are born premature or born dead at term with two heads but this is rare. For an animal to have two heads and survive would be astonishing but not only does that deer have to heads, it has two front halves. Where does this deer defecate/urinate? It has twice the ability to intake calories so where would the waste go? On top of that this is not a young animal so for a deer to somehow get past all of the last comments i made, how did it survive this long? Science is factual, this picture is not.

From: Scoot Date: 15-Jan-11
Wow! What's amazing here is that anyone is even discussing this in a way that suggests they actually considered it as possible. No way, no chance, no point in discussing further.

From: tobywon Date: 16-Jan-11
Never crossed my mind that anyone would actually consider that photo real or think that the comments were serious.....LOL

From: ruletherut90 Date: 19-Jan-11
bumpinblaze4x4, although i agree that it is fake there many animal that are born and live for a while although usually short ever year,its actually more common than you would think one you look at the numbers


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