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What is this creature?

Rogerio Kioshi
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Would it be an alien?

http://terratv.terra.com.br/Noticias/Ciencia/4195-248517/Criatura-bizarra-e-morta-em-cidade-no-Panama.htm


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Chris Baron
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Looks like the remmains of a Sloth
Ulf Dittmer
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A better picture than the one Wikipedia has:



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James Ward
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Thats a Fakopottamus.
Jesper de Jong
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Chris Baron wrote:Looks like the remmains of a Sloth

Yes, that's what I thought too when I saw the claws. But why doesn't it have any hair?

Or is it an alien?


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