Skip to comments.Strange carcass raises questions
Posted on 07/26/2012 12:22:17 PM PDT by JoeProBono
NEW YORK, - A New York woman who photographed a strange carcass beneath the Brooklyn Bridge said she does not believe the animal was a pig.
Denise Ginley, who photographed the bizarre carcass Sunday while walking with her boyfriend, said she does not agree with Parks Department officials who described it as a "discarded cooked pig," the New York Daily News reported Thursday.
"The Parks Dept. was probably very quick to identify it as a pig and dispose of it, but it is most certainly not a pig," Ginley said. "The most obvious sign being the lack of a cloven hoof, instead this creature has five digits all close together."
"My best guess would be that this is some sort of raccoon or giant rodent. The missing upper jaw makes it very difficult to identify and the lack of distinct canine teeth on the lower jaw is confusing," she said.
The tail looks possum. The body is distended, bloated, and burnt. Funny feet though..
It is probably a dog that fell off of a boat and was in the water a for a while. One time I saw a city worker retrieve a dead cat at the beach in San Diego. It was bloated to the size of a pig and did not look anything like a cat. The fish had eaten a lot of the meat starting at the extremites. The city worker knew what it was because he had picked them up before. Now I will go eat my lunch.
Is Congressman Jerrold Nadler currently accounted for?
Did Denise let anyone in on what she and her boyfriend think it is?
“WTF is that?”
Looks just like what one of Obama’s sons would look like, if he had the cojones to actually have a son!
Ah, you beat me to it!
Michelle Obama will stop at nothing to get attention.
“Now I will go eat my lunch.”
I suggest tempura.
looks like the geico gecko...
Really............WTF is that?!!
Is it a dog on its hind legs? I remember my old dog, a mini schnauzer, used to stand on her hind legs for a treat, but she always up straight.
I think it's an ObamanBearPig. Similar to a Hildebeast.