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Two More Calves Found Mutilated

Written By: El Diario de la Pampa and Inexplicata

Posted: 5/25/2003 12:00:00 AM   Reads: 1473   Submitted By:jeff   Category: Animal Mutilations
 
SOURCE: El Diario de la Pampa 
DATE: May 24, 2003 
 
 
 
Field researchers specializing in the subject of animal mutilations--Raul Chaves and Ester Urban, pointed out that "so far this year we have accounted for some 60 mutilations in La Pampa and Buenos Aires." They noted that "thanks to the fact that they already know us and know that we research the subject, cattle ranchers inform us when mutilated animals are discovered. We then obtain samples which we send to the University of Buenos Aires and document everything on videotape." 
 
They referred to the two most recent cases -- on May 16th and 17th, respectively -- between 45 and 30 kilometers away from Santa Rosa. The first of these took place in the "El Martin" ranch 45 km northwest of the Pampan capital and involved a year-old calf weighing 200 kgs. 
 
On the left side of its head, the absence of the outer ear was evident along with the entire inner ear, its eye, and an oval-shaped flap of skin, measuring some 30 cm. in diameter. The absence of vulva, edge of the anus, hyoides, larynx, pharynx and a segment of the trachea, as well as part of the upper muscular mass, was also noted. 
 
The entire animal found on May 17 was found on a rural property located 30 kilometers north of Santa Rosa. It was a 2 year-old calf weighing 250 kg. missing half of its tongue with a cauterized incision and missing the left ocular orb. The field researchers noted that in both cases samples were secured for subsequent study and analysis by professionals. They invite those interested in the subject to visit their website at http://www.ciufos.com where information collected on mutilated animals can be found. 
 
Translation (C) 2003. Scott Corrales, Institute of Hispanic Ufology (IHU). Special thanks to Gloria Coluchi.


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