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Unicorn. No, it's not actually a unicorn, but you can understand why this baby roe deer, living in a research center near Florence, gave biologists a jolt in 2008. Born to normally horned parents, this little fellow is believed to have either an extremely rare genetic mutation or have suffered head trauma. Now all fantasy lovers need is a giant lizard with wings.  Photo: Center of Natural Sciences in Prato, Italy.

A roe deer with only one horn growing from the middle of its forehead roams a park in Tuscany.

Rehbock   2 - Der Starke Insel-Daene - Nach Aussage des zustaendigen Jaegers 5-jaehrig und er hat noch einen Zwillingsbruder, Capreolus capreolus, Roebuck   2 - The Strong Island-Dane - According to the hunter five years old and he has a twin brother

Rehbock 2 - Der Starke Insel-Daene - Nach Aussage des zustaendigen Jaegers und er hat noch einen Zwillingsbruder, Capreolus capreolus, Roebuck 2 - The Strong Island-Dane - According to the hunter five years old and he has a twin brother

skillet-the-creeper: “ zooophagous: “ seitheadoir: “ Roe buck with antler deformity in which an antler is growing from the eye socket. ” Nature what the fuck ” Metal as hell ”

Roe buck with antler deformity in which an antler is growing from the eye socket. Nature what the fuck Metal as hell seitheadoir: Roe buck with antler deformity in which an antler is growing from the eye socket. Nature what the fuck Metal as hell

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