Strange Animal Mutilations All Across South America. Alien? Creature? Bigfoot?

Argentina's wave of cattle mutilations continued without let-up last week. Dead and mutilated cows were found in nine provinces ranging from Entre Rios in the north to Chubut in the south. The mutilation total has reached 170. On Friday, June 21, 2002, in southern Buenos Aires province, farmers discovered the carcass of a 9-month-old, 250-kilogram Aberdeen Angus calf showing signs of mutilation.

At Digue, north of Bahia Blanca, the toll has risen to nine dead and mutilated bovines. At La Pampa, 6 miles southeast of Abramo, a shorthorn cow was found with its jaw, tongue and udders mutilated, according to Edgar Suarez, the officer in charge of the local constabulary. Cattle rancher Oscar Alvarez, the animal's owner, also reported an Aberdeen Angus and a Hereford cow, both mutilated in a similar fashion. A dead cow also turned up in Jacinto Arauz, the site of a similar mutilation three weeks ago. In the department of Lihuel Cahuel, on the border of Rio Negro province, a four-year-old Aberdeen Angus cow was found mutilated in a San Laureano pasture field belonging to Ricardo Lavandera.

On Thursday, June 20, 2002, the remains of a cow showing signs of mutilation were found in the community of Maria Grande. The animal had its tail sliced off along with its genitalia, masticatory muscles and tongue. It was also further reported that the animal had been dead for two or three days. Also that day, an animal showing the same signs or cuts was found in a pasture of the Diamante region. The Diamante case was found in a field located near Costa Grande and belonging to Adriana Trossero, as reported by local veterinarians to the police, who immediately ordered that analyses be performed on the animal. The day before yesterday (i.e. Thursday, June 20, 2002) it was in Gobernador Ugarte, 25 de Mayo and in Bolivar. Today (Saturday, June 22, 2002) it was Roque Perez's turn. In a field 6 miles from the city (Roque Perez) towards the south along the Camino Real, Pedro Conserna, 79, a cattleman who had lived in the vicinity for 51 years with his son, Abel, and the family raising Aberdeen Angus cows, reported a mutilation.

The Conserna family told the Argentine newspaper La Manana that they weren't startled at first, considering that a storm front had gone past and we thought a bolt of lightning may have killed them. But later they revealed that there is a suggestion of the inexplicable because we noticed the absence of udders, tongues, eyes and ears in all three cases. It's also curious that the incisions appear to have been made with a sharp, hot object, they added. Meanwhile, in La Pampa province, eight more mutilated animals were found Friday June 21, 2002 at Lots 2 and 22 of the Department of uraco, 30 miles south of Puelches. This was confirmed by Deputy Sheriff Omar Martinez. Two of the carcasses were found on Lot 22 in a field owned by Augusto Valdome and the remains are that of two cows missing genitalia, an eye, an ear and part of the jawbone. Furthermore, two additional cows and a calf were found on a field, also on Lot 22, owned by Julio Rogge.

The first two were missing the same organs as in the foregoing (Valdome) case but the calf was missing its lungs, heart and entrails. In a third field, police officers discovered three cows in a pasture on Lot 2, owned by Sara Aguerre. The carcasses were also missing the genitals, udders, ears, eyes and showed deep cuts on their jawbones. Deputy Sheriff Martinez noted that the remains of the calf's head found on Rogge's field will be sent to the National University of La Pampa's School of Veterinary Medicine. The police took the sample due to the strange bluish discoloration found on the calf's head.

In the northwest, near Santiago del Estero, the police precinct of Garza confirmed yesterday (Saturday, June 22, 2002) the discovery of a heifer with its parts sectioned off. The event occurred under unknown circumstances and the incisions recall those now seen on a daily basis in the fields of the provinces of La Pampa and Buenos Aires. The animal was found yesterday in a hilly region of the place known as Quimilioj, in the department of San Martin, by a local resident, Joaquin Lemos. The cow apparently died two days ago (June 20, 2002), and it was found that some of the cow's body parts were missing, apparently its eyes and udders, reported police. There appears to be no putrefaction and, while carrion birds presumably approached the animal, they did not touch it, added the police source.

Meanwhile, police from Precinct 38 of Garza maintained in its report to authorities in the (provincial) capital that no tire tracks or footprints were found near the animal, nor anything that could suggest the presence of cattle rustlers. In Darregueira, Guillermo Garcia, foreman of a pasture field in Susana Torres in the Puan district, found the head of a calf protruding from its mother's abdomen. Both cow and calf had been mutilated and were missing tongues, eyes and ears. Elsewhere in northern Argentina, the mutilation flap hit high gear in the province of Entre Rios. Two new cases increased the death toll in Entre Rios to 16.

The breakdown of what is known so far about the mutilated animals in the province is as follows: one in Lucas Sud Primera (dept. of Villeguay); two in Aldea Asuncion (dept. of Gualeguay); one in Costa Grande and another in Las Cuevas (dept. of Diamante); one at Pedro Vallejos (dept. of La Paz); one at Sola (dept. of Rosario del Tala); two in the Third District of Gualeguay, one in Hasenkamp, two at Santa Luisa and two in Maria Grande Segunda. Two new mutilated cow cases were made known at this time, having occurred in the department of Nogoya. One of the animals was found at Laurencena and the other at Seccion Urquiza. Veterinarian Pablo Seeling notified his superiors of the discovery, recalling that the Laurencena case involved a bull, missing part of its testicles and tongue, which had been extracted in a very special (unusual) way. "What makes these characteristics special is the fact that one must have a special scalpel or something to make a cut as clean as the one on the animal. I don't want to think about aliens or anything, but I wonder how one could make such a precise incision," Seeling said. "I made an incision with my scalpel next to the existing one, and it was completely different." Seeling noted that in any event the animal had been dead for about five days, and its flesh looked like what one would find in the butcher's shop. (i.e. fresh and unspoiled)

This was something that attracted our attention immediately. (See the following Argentinian newspapers: El Tribuno of Salta for June 21, 2002, 'Another dead cow found in Maria Grande;' La Manana for June 22, 2002, 'Cattle mutilations extend to Roque Perez;' La Arena of Santa Rosa, La Pampa for June 23, 2002, 'Eight more cases in Puelches;' El Liberal of Santiago del Estero for June 23, 2002, 'Heifer killed in Garza;' El Diario de Parana for June 26, 2002, 'Two more mutilation cases in Entre Rios' and the TELAM News Agency report for June 22, 2002. Muchas gracias a Scott Corrales, Gloria Coluchi, Alicia Rossi y Proyecto Catent para todos los artículos de diario sobre esas noticias.)

The unprecedented wave of cattle mutilations, have now spread across the border into the neighboring country of Uruguay. On Monday, June 24, 2002, the discovery of a dead cow whose tongue, eyes and genitals were extracted in a livestock region of the Uruguayan interior has raised concerns in that country. The first case was reported today in the Department (state) of Durazno, some 300 kilometers (180 miles) from Montevideo, the capital of Uruguay, and resembles cases which have occurred in nine provinces of Argentina.

Intendent (Mayor) Carmelo Vidallin tried to calm down rumors by saying that 'we must await the experts' verdict,' referring to the Ministry of Livestock and Agriculture, which is looking into the matter. "It is remarkable that the animal was slain for purposes other than eating", said the intendent, adding that "there are many hypotheses because matters are always this way in a small town."

No signs of blood or of a struggle between the predator and its victim were found, an indication that suggests mystery and feeds speculation among local residents. The following day, Tuesday, June 25, 2002, as occurred in Durazno, another cow has been found dead with perfect cauterized incisions on its head and sides. Its tongue and salivary glands had been removed, along with its mammaries, rectum, part of the large intestine and genitalia. This time it occurred in Cardona, in the Department (state) of Soriano, according to Hipolito Tapie, Director of Livestock Health of the Ministry of Livestock and Agriculture. Tapie reported that specialists from (Uruguay's) Secretary of State had already drawn samples from the two animals found dead in Uruguay.
"Our own specialists went to extract samples in order to submit them to lab analysis in the hopes of discovering something,' Tapie added, 'We don't have much because only a single animal was found in Durazno. The same is happening in Cardona. Just a single animal."
Muchas gracias a Scott Corrales y Gloria Coluchi para esas noticias.)

Argentina's wild animals have also been claimed by the strange wave of mutilations sweeping that South American country in Chubut province, in the far south of Argentina, a guanaco (a small llama) showing signs of mutilation on its jaw, anus, ear and one eye was found on the beach at Punta Pardelas, on the Valdes Peninsula, 200 kilometers (120 miles) north of Rawson. The report came from a rural foreman and was made to the Sheriff's Office at Puerto Piramide, which, in turn, notified the authorities of (the province of) Chubut, who sent a team of experts from the Provincial Conservation Agency.

The agency's director, Nestor Garcia, who headed the delegation, stated that the case was identical to the cow and sheep mutilations in the provinces of La Pampa, Rio Negro, Buenos Aires and Entre Rios. Garcia noted that what is strange is that there are no tracks to be found in the vicinity, except for the animal's own tracks on the beach during its last minutes of life. "I can't determine how long the animal had been there, but it could be that it has been longer than three days. This will depend on the autopsy performed by specialists from the Centro Nacional Patagonico (National Center for Patagonia), headquartered in Puerto Madryn, where we took the carcass," he explained.

The next day, Monday, June 24, 2002, another dead guanaco was found 3 miles north of Puerto Piramide with mutilated ears, missing an eye and with no sign of any tracks around it. Then came the report of the discovery in Rio Colorado of a wild boar showing strange incisions. Cattleman Nestor Soule, owner of a ranch 33 miles from Rio Colorado, in the department of Pichimahuida, found the boar last Sunday (June 23, 2002) near a gully. The animal, he explained, had geometrically perfect incisions and was missing the anus, tongue and jaw. To the surprise of the rancher and the foreman accompanying him, the animal was still soft in spite of the minus 14 Centigrade temperature (17 degrees Fahrenheit) recorded on the thermometer. "It's impossible that an animal could remain in this condition after death and after such cold, but I was surprised not to find any tracks nearby," said Soule. The rancher chose not to file a police report but did put the boar carcass in his pickup truck to show his neighbors. He later left it in the wilderness.
"Due to its traits, a boar is an animal that is able to smell any living creature at quite a distance, that is why it flees at the slightest sign of any peril," Soule explained, "I'm not a researcher or anything similar, and that's why I don't know what to say. But this is strange and I never saw anything like it before." (See the Argentinian newspapers El Chubut for June 25, 2002, 'Strange phenomenon reaches Chubut: two guanacos mutilated,' and La Nueva Provincia of Bahia Blanca for June 27, 2002. Muchas gracias a Scott Corrales, Gloria Coluchi, Christian Quintero de Projector Condor y también Proyecto Catent para esos artículos de diario.

Aliens MUTILATED cows found with genitals and tongues missing, stunned farmers claim.  2018

HORRIFIED farmers say aliens mutilated seven cows which were found with specific body parts missing including genitals and tongues.

The maimed cattle were discovered in Santa Fe, Argentina and no-one can explain what caused the horrific injuries.According to local farmers, the animals were mutilated following the appearance of "strange lights" in the sky, which they say were not stars.Agricultural workers claim the phenomenon was caused by aliens or the legendary 'chupacabra' (goat-sucker), a folklore creature which feeds on animals' blood.
Norberto Bieri, who owns one of the seven cows, said: "They did not have tongues or flesh around the jaw, but they did not take any animals away or remove their bones."
It would seem that the creature or being who is responsible has been around for at least 16 years and by the look of things there will be more reports of the strange animal mutilator.

Until Next Time, Deb

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