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Sunday, February 14, 2016

The mummy of fanged and whip-like tail predator found in Turkey

Archaeologists were surprised to discover the mummy of predators with sinister faces, saber-toothed, saggy skin and a tail like a whip. This mysterious animal found in Turkey and making the experts confusion.

This strange predators found in an old basement and still to be identified by experts in the natural history of this country. The archaeologists have theorized these animals may from prehistoric times, while others believe it could be a kind cat, based on his front teeth.
Archaeologists have theorised the animal (pictured) may be prehistoric, while others believe it could be some kind of cat, based on the shape of its head and incisors. It could alternatively be a hoax. (Picture from: http://dailym.ai/1o0NOPt)
Dr. Lidija McKnight, an expert on ancient Egyptian and animal mummies at Manchester University told DailyMail on Monday, Feruary 2, 2016 said, "It looks like one of the naturally mummified cat we found in the UK, in the walls of the chimney, for example."
With its ferocious fangs (pictured), saggy skin and whip-like tail, a mysterious mummy discovered in Turkey has baffled experts. The bizarre predator was discovered in an old cellar and remains to be identified. (Picture from: http://dailym.ai/1o0NOPt)
"The tarsel bone/carpel that looks long and had been diagnosed as cat species," she added. This strange mummy said to have a length of 1 meter from the nose to the tip of its tail.

Dr. McKnight said further, "One meter long, but if it is a wild cat species, for example, they can be much larger than a domestic cat."

This rigid creature was taken out of solid rock under the house of locksmith Abdullah Ozturk, of Niğde located in central Anatolia region of the country. He has been displaying the mummy in his shop window, after the experts failed to identify these animals. *** [EKA | FROM VARIOUS SOURCES | DAILYMAIL]
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