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but what is that thing that is in radios aviat first i was disgusted by itbut i'm so use to it now it doesn't even phase me

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If you lot mean the pic below then surely you can work it nah? Monster-Front-view.jpg

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Wtf? :lol:Can't people see its simply a collection of images brought together and edited by a skilled photoshop/cgi person to represent a fictitious creature/monster or just a disturbing image designed to evoke reaction or for some other purpose, who knows.*Shrugs*

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Wtf? :lol:Can't people see its simply a collection of images brought together and edited by a skilled photoshop/cgi person to represent a fictitious creature/monster or just a disturbing image designed to evoke reaction or for some other purpose, who knows.*Shrugs*
LOL @ goddaz's explanation - Cyclopia is a teratology (meaning birth defect) wherein the development of the face of the animal is so affected that it has only one eye towards the center of its head. The term cyclops has its origin from the Greek and later Roman mythology, where it refers to primordial race of giants having a single eye in the centre of their foreheads.This calf was delivered at a veterinary hospital in Kashmir by a cesarean section. The animal was still born (meaning dead at birth). Its quite rare to see such a distinct cyclopia in calves.The causes of such fetal monstrosity is not well understood but many substances have been incriminated in its occurance. Predominantly certain alkaloids including cyclopamine, jervine, and cyclopasine are known to cause cyclopia among other birth defects when consumed during early pregnancy. These alkaloids are found in some plants that the animals encounter during grazing especially of the Veratrum spp. These plants and many other alkaloids also cause abortions at various stages of pregnancy. Ewes have been know to be especially susceptable to Cyclopia from grazing on the Veratum plants.Monster-LateralView.jpghttp://www.kashvet.org/oasis/?p=112

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Wtf? :lol:Can't people see its simply a collection of images brought together and edited by a skilled photoshop/cgi person to represent a fictitious creature/monster or just a disturbing image designed to evoke reaction or for some other purpose, who knows.*Shrugs*
LOL @ goddaz's explanation - Cyclopia is a teratology (meaning birth defect) wherein the development of the face of the animal is so affected that it has only one eye towards the center of its head. The term cyclops has its origin from the Greek and later Roman mythology, where it refers to primordial race of giants having a single eye in the centre of their foreheads.This calf was delivered at a veterinary hospital in Kashmir by a cesarean section. The animal was still born (meaning dead at birth). Its quite rare to see such a distinct cyclopia in calves.The causes of such fetal monstrosity is not well understood but many substances have been incriminated in its occurance. Predominantly certain alkaloids including cyclopamine, jervine, and cyclopasine are known to cause cyclopia among other birth defects when consumed during early pregnancy. These alkaloids are found in some plants that the animals encounter during grazing especially of the Veratrum spp. These plants and many other alkaloids also cause abortions at various stages of pregnancy. Ewes have been know to be especially susceptable to Cyclopia from grazing on the Veratum plants.Monster-LateralView.jpghttp://www.kashvet.org/oasis/?p=112
THAT'S WHY I NEVER BELIEVED THE PICTURE WAS REAL & TBH I STILL DON'T BELIEVE IT.IT'S f*ckED!!!!If its real, cool. My bad.

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Wtf? :lol: Can't people see its simply a collection of images brought together and edited by a skilled photoshop/cgi person to represent a fictitious creature/monster or just a disturbing image designed to evoke reaction or for some other purpose, who knows.*Shrugs*
LOL @ goddaz's explanation - Cyclopia is a teratology (meaning birth defect) wherein the development of the face of the animal is so affected that it has only one eye towards the center of its head. The term cyclops has its origin from the Greek and later Roman mythology, where it refers to primordial race of giants having a single eye in the centre of their foreheads.This calf was delivered at a veterinary hospital in Kashmir by a cesarean section. The animal was still born (meaning dead at birth). Its quite rare to see such a distinct cyclopia in calves.The causes of such fetal monstrosity is not well understood but many substances have been incriminated in its occurance. Predominantly certain alkaloids including cyclopamine, jervine, and cyclopasine are known to cause cyclopia among other birth defects when consumed during early pregnancy. These alkaloids are found in some plants that the animals encounter during grazing especially of the Veratrum spp. These plants and many other alkaloids also cause abortions at various stages of pregnancy. Ewes have been know to be especially susceptable to Cyclopia from grazing on the Veratum plants.Monster-LateralView.jpghttp://www.kashvet.org/oasis/?p=112
THAT'S WHY I NEVER BELIEVED THE PICTURE WAS REAL & TBH I STILL DON'T BELIEVE IT.IT'S f*ckED!!!!If its real, cool. My bad.
That looks like something people would fear and worship in a village somewhere in Africa.Thats just looks like some totally different kind of animal breed.Like some one eyed mutant, bred from some government experiment.

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That looks like something people would fear and worship in a village somewhere in Africa. [/qoute]kobe_wtf.gif

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it's a dead goat/horse with a 0 haircut, no shape upeyeballs & nose cut outwith a giant eyeball stitched in. look closely and you'll see the threads

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