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Thursday, April 12, 2012

I DON'T KNOW WHAT THIS IS, BUT I BET NEXT MONTH'S PENSION WHAT IT'S NOT



According to the Youtube blurb: On the one of TV channels in Azerbaijan was shown a fresh skeleton of an unknown animal, like the skeleton of a dinosaur or chupacabra, which was found by local residents in Tartar district of Azerbaijan. On the video, the specialists and local residents claim, that they never saw these skeletons, and a representative of the Veterinary Department of Terter district of Azerbaijan said, that he was working in the field of veterinary medicine for a long time, but the first time sees a similar skeleton.

4 comments:

Dale Drinnon said...

Its another obvious canid from the skull

Dan said...

Can I have fifty pence on it being a bear?

Richard Freeman said...

A canid, wolf, dog or jackal.

Carl said...

A canid of some type.