Mystery Roadkill Found In Minnesota

Submitted by: madest 5 years ago Science

Strange hairless creature found with fur tufts and long claws. They don"t know what it is.
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Male 1,744
i`d say kill it with fire, but a car`s fine too apparently
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Male 25,416
meh
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Male 102
It`s totally shopped!
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Male 28
@ATL1EN: I`m pretty sure boars aren`t native to Minnesota. And contrary to popular belief, there isn`t snow on the ground 6 months out of the year here, if that`s what you`re implying. It`s closer to 4 months. >.>
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Male 64
Chupathingy, how bout that Grif? I like it. It`s got a ring to it.
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Female 87
D`ya think maybe it should get a necropsy? It would help figure out what species the thing is instead of just taking videos of it and doing nothing :/
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Female 734
ground hog
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Male 151
I`d like to advance my own theory:

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Male 622
man this is a boar.... that was prob frozen after it died in the wild and nobody saw it for 6 months
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Male 15,510
Dont do drugs dogs
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Male 792
It looks like there may be a mange epidemic on our hands...first the chupucabra, which is a coyote with mange started showing up in southern Mexico about 20 years ago, and recently mangy coyotes have been showing up in the southern US.
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Male 4,902
Awe of the day?
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Male 2,506
I would much rather watch this than someone crying about how boehner is a straight male
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Male 37,888

Fluffy ?

:-(
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Male 42
I think that there should be a law that when they find out the truth on things like this they have to report that they`re such stupid dickheads
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Male 7
probably just a dead badger that had a wicked bad case of mange
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Female 235
Maybe some poor animal that was negelected and/or tortured and mutilated by some a$$hole. I can`t watch, just in case.
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Male 848
Slow news day.
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Male 696
heynaw, just gettit inna pot wida few dem crawdad ansum tabascy it cook up real good see?
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Female 246
Inbred Chupacabra?
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Female 45
Chupacabra?
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Female 112
Whatever it was, it probably had mange.
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Female 97
Looks like a partially mummified dog to me. The skin would bleach in the sun and because blood would settle at the bottom. Then when it dries enough, the hair falls out, and gets blown away. The claws look natural enough for a wild canine which hasn`t had a chance to wear them down.
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Male 2,790
manbearpig?


or did manbearpig have a offspring with a dog creating dogbearpig?
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Male 621
Hairless Badger? That looks nothing like my ex.
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Male 356
Mox News, Unfair and Biased
Figured as much
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Male 122
@herouk87, correction, an albino Ed from the lion king
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Male 868
Its a chuppachabra!
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Male 14,330
IT`s A WILD SNORFLAX RUN!!!
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Male 189
Which expert classified it as a hairless badger? Tard

Looks like Ed from the Lion King
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Male 3,057
Minnesota, huh? I can`t get the hell out of this state and back to New York fast enough.

Here`s the latest from the Minnesota DNR.
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Male 2,034
inb4 Chupacabra reference
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Male 452
reminds me of the hairless bear...

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Male 132
well. Since every other "mystery animal" has turned out to be a known animal that was deformed/slightly decomposed, I`m gonna have to vote that this is a deformed/slightly decomposed dog.
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Male 217
Oh god. Another creature with big claws for me to have nightmares of.
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Male 934
KILL IT WITH TIRE!
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Male 81
Hairless doggie.....
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Male 7,378
Link: Mystery Roadkill Found In Minnesota [Rate Link] - Strange hairless creature found with fur tufts and long claws. They don`t know what it is.
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