The critter that had Twitter in a tizzy back in mid-May has been tested, and guess what? It’s a gray wolf.
Montana Fish, Wildlife, and Parks in Helena released a news release in Jue. Somehow that was missed by most media that followed Twitter’s response to the lupine form shot by a rancher near Denton.
The confusion was related to the photos that showed short legs, big ears, and smaller canine teeth.
DNA was taken from the animal and the reporting geneticist, Mary Curtis, said that physical feature variations are common within animal species.
“The wolf was a non-lactating female, which means she didn’t have a litter of pups. However, any unique features she has might also appear in her siblings or parents and may continue to be passed along by others in her family,” Greg Lemon, spokesperson for the government body said in a press release.
Patrick Swayze, eat your heart out
A spiritual guidance counselor, named Amethyst Realm, told Holly Willoughby, host of the Australian TV show This Morning, that she has been brought to the brink of orgasm by a ghost.
The 30-year-old, Bristol, England resident came across her own personal Sam Wheat while on a walkabout through the Land Down Under.
“It’s pretty serious. In fact, we’ve even been thinking about having a ghost baby,” Realm told Willoughby.
With the current heatwave in the United Kingdom, alleged ghost sightings have been on the rise.
Perhaps heat stroke cases have been on the rise too.
Bermuda Triangle discovery yields ancient (space) shipwreck
Explorer Darrell Miklos, who explores the waters for shipwrecks and other lost treasures on the Discovery Channel’s Cooper’s Treasure, alleges he’s found “something from another world” within the confines of the Bermuda Triangle.
Using the maps of late NASA astronaut, Gordon Cooper, Miklos follows the anomalies marked by his friend.
“I was trying to identify shipwreck material based on one of the anomaly readings on Gordon’s charts when I noticed something that stuck out, that shocked me,” Miklos told The Daily Mail.
Now, the documentarian is concerned that he will be perceived as crazy until further research into the wreck is done. That’s why he’s remaining neutral.
“It was a formation unlike anything I’ve ever seen related to shipwreck material, it was too big for that,” he said. “It was also something that was completely different from anything that I’ve seen that was made by nature.”
Photo courtesy MONTANA FISH, WILDLIFE AND PARKS – REGION 4