May 28, 2018
We’ve got a legit crypto-zoology situation on our hands here, people.
A central Montana rancher shot a wolf-like animal after it was spotted in a pasture with livestock, but a closer look prompted state wildlife officials to take DNA samples to determine what type of animal it was.
Fish, Wildlife and Parks regional spokesman Bruce Auchly said the animal’s front claws and canine teeth are too short and its ears are too tall in proportion to its skull for it to be a purebred wolf.
The animal was shot on May 16 near the town of Denton. The rancher who shot it said it got too close to livestock, according to FOX News.
Wolf management specialist Ty Smucker says the animal could be a wolf-dog hybrid. The DNA tests haven’t been returned.
The expert government official guy has no idea wtf this thing is.
Update on wolf-like animal shot bear Denton, Montana. pic.twitter.com/otvrPrIWD2
— Montana FWP (@MontanaFWP) May 25, 2018
When was the last time you heard of a new type of dog-wolf appearing out of nowhere?
For all we know, this is some kind of hellhound.
That is certainly what it looks like.
This alleged “wolf-dog” well could be a creature that came through some type of dark hell-portal, ala “Stranger Things.”
It sure as hell looks like that’s what’s going on.
This is a bad omen, I tells ya.
Bad, bad, bad.
And if the DNA test says “this creature appears to be from another dimension” – do you think they’re going to tell you that?