View Full Version : September 2012: mutilations continue in Argentina

09-25-2012, 07:07 PM
It seems that unusual animal mutilations continue to occur in Argentina. The following translated article is courtesy of Scott Corrales from The Institute of Hispanic Ufology

"Argentina: Concern Over Cattle Mutilations in the Santo Domingo Rural Area

Source: El Litoral (www.ellitoral.com (http://www.ellitoral.com))
Date: 09.22.2012 – 16:57 h
Correspondents in Progreso
El Litoral Newsroom

Three calves were attacked – one dead, the other put down, the third still alive – by something that remains unidentified. Furthermore, the type of incision made makes it a true mystery.

Dr. Jorge Tevez, a veterinarian with many years of experience and well-known throughout the region, performed an examination of the animals and told El Litoral that ranchers need not be alarmed, or retreat into the world of fantasy.
“One thing I’m certain of is that the incisions made on these calves were not man-made, nor by any animal, at least not the of the kind we know. As can be seen from the photographs, the incision is behind the upper part of the neck, in a circular manner,” noted the expert.

Tevez noted that there are many striking features, for example: “not a single drop of blood was spilled on the site, and the hide was nowhere to be found. The incision is so exact that if I had to give you an example, it would be like running your finger along the rim of a dirty dish.”

Moreover, the veterinarian dismissed the likelihood of a puma attack. “First of all, when a feline eats, it tears the flesh. Second, the pen is too near the house, and if a puma enters a pen, the other calves would be frightened, and this did not occur.”

The site has been illuminated in recent nights and guards posted, to no avail."

Article continues at: http://inexplicata.blogspot.co.uk/

09-25-2012, 07:11 PM
Here is the photograph refered to in the article above

Source: http://www.ellitoral.com/um/fotos/61102_miste_inter.jpg

Note: According to veterinarian Dr. Jorge Tevez no blood was spilled at the site and the incision is perfectly smooth and circuar.