Severe Lactic Acidosis
Submitted: Sun Oct 03 2004
CT: Cattle Mutilations: Severe Lactic Acidosis
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The dead cow is always missing the same or similar parts of its body -- lips, tongue, anus, genitals, ears, and often specific internal organs, such as the lower intestine. All missing tissues are either in close proximity to the cow's digestive tract or are connected to it via internal “plumbing". For example, the cow's ears are connected to the esophagus via the Eustachian tubes.