Are humans breeding with animals? Lambs born with human-like heads

Before you read further, look at the pic below and tell me what you think the head looks like.

Does that look like a sheep’s head to you? Or does the head look human?
Jamie Pyatt reports for Daily Mail, June 22, 2017, that villagers of Lady Frere in the Eastern Province of South Africa have been living in fear since a sheep gave birth to the creature in the pic above, believed by elders to be a half-human half-beast sent by the devil. “Many” of the 4,000 residents and farmers think bestiality and witchcraft had led to the birth of the creature.
A villager was quoted as saying: ‘”he elders when they saw it said it was sent by the devil and was born after a coupling between a man and a sheep and then there was panic. Many people are afraid and will not be happy until it is burned.”
The panic got so great that the Eastern Cape Department of Rural Development sent out experts to carry out tests after pictures of it spread like wildfire through the community.

Chief Director of Veterinary Services Dr. Lubabalo Mrwebi said the photo is not a hoax and admitted that at first glance the lamb which was born dead did resemble a human being. He insisted the creature was not part human, but was a severely deformed lamb that was sired by a sheep that had been infected by a Rift Valley Fever at an early stage of its pregnancy.

Dr. Mrwebi explained that humans cannot breed with sheep:

“It is worth noting that a sheep has 28 pairs of chromosomes while humans have 23 pairs which is important in dispelling the myth that a union of a sheep ovum and a human sperm can lead to a development of a viable life form. The deformed lamb exhibits signs that are consistent with an early foetal development that went wrong as a result of a viral infection and nothing more.”

Dr. Mrwebi said that the gestation period for a sheep is five months, which meant that the deformed lamb had been conceived in late December 2016 or early January 2017 — a time of plentiful rainfall that brought many mosquitoes and midges which are carriers of viruses that cause the Rift Valley Fever in sheep. Dr. Mrwebi concluded:

“It is fair to assume, therefore, that the [mother] sheep was infected by the RVF virus. The resultant circulation of the virus in the blood found its way through the maternal blood into the uterus and the foetus, which was at a very critical stage of development. The infected foetus then, as a result, failed to form properly, leading to the deformity that it became. It does look like a human form but it is not part human at all.”

The department’s veterinary officials would conduct a post-mortem on the creature and its results will be communicated to the public.

What happened in South Africa is not the first case of a lamb born with a humanlike face.
In 2010, a sheep in Turkey gave birth to a stillborn lamb (see below) with a human-like face. It had human features  of eyes, nose and mouth; only the ears were those of a sheep.

On January 13, 2010, AFP reports (via Daily Telegraph) that the lamb was born in a village not far from the city of Izmir, Turkey.
Veterinarian Erhan Elibol, 29, performed a caesarean on the pregnant sheep to take the lamb out, but was horrified to see that the features of the lamb’s snout bore a striking resemblance to a human face. Elibol said:

“I’ve seen mutations with cows and sheep before. I’ve seen a one-eyed calf, a two-headed calf, a five-legged calf. But when I saw this youngster I could not believe my eyes. His mother could not deliver him so I had to help the animal.”

Vets said that the lamb was a rare mutation due to the mother sheep’s fodder being abundant with vitamin A.
In September 2009, a goat in Zimbabwe, Africa, gave birth to a baby also with a human-like head. The mutant creature was hairless. Local residents said that even dogs were afraid to approach the bizarre animal. The locals burnt the body of the little goat, and biologists had no chance to study the rare mutation.It stayed alive for several hours until it was killed by frightened villagers.
The governor of the province where the goat was born said it was the fruit of an unnatural relationship between the female goat and a man:

“This incident is very shocking. It is my first time to see such an evil thing. It is really embarrassing. The head belongs to a man while the body is that of a goat. This is evident that an adult human being was responsible. Evil powers caused this person to lose self control. We often hear cases of human beings who commit bestiality but this is the first time for such an act to produce a product with human features.”

So can humans actually breed with animals, albeit the offsprings being still births?
Ewen Callaway reports for New Scientist, April 21, 2010, that a genetic study of nearly two thousand people from around the world suggests that some of our ancestors had bred with other species of humans, such as Neanderthals, at least twice — about 60,000 years ago in the eastern Mediterranean and, more recently, about 45,000 years ago in eastern Asia, Nature News reports from tge 2010 annual meeting of the American Society of Physical Anthropologists in Albuquerque, New Mexico.
Since humans had bred with the different species of Neanderthals, can humans mate with other animal species today?
Writing for Slate, Nov. 14, 2006, Torie Bosch answered “Probably not.” But we don’t really know because ethical considerations preclude definitive research on the subject.
Nevertheless, Bosch insisted that:

“it’s safe to say that human DNA has become so different from that of other animals that interbreeding would likely be impossible. Groups of organisms tend to drift apart genetically when they get separated by geographical barriers . . . . When the two groups come back into contact with each other many, many years later, they may each have evolved to the point where they can no longer mate.

Bosch explains there are two types of changes that prevent animals of different species from interbreeding:

  1. Pre-zygotic reproductive isolating mechanisms: After so many generations apart, a pair of different species animals might look so different from one another that they’re not inclined to have sex. And if the animals do try to have sex, incompatible genitalia or sperm motility could pose another problem: A human spermatozoon may not be equipped to navigate the reproductive tract of a chimpanzee, for example.
  2. Post-zygotic reproductive isolating mechanisms: factors that would make it impossible for a hybrid animal fetus to grow into a reproductive adult, resulting in a miscarriage or sterile offspring. The further apart two animals are in genetic terms, the less likely they are to produce viable offspring.

Note that the two reasons given for why humans can’t interbreed with animals like sheep and goats are not iron-clad compelling:
(1) The assumption that humans look so different from animals that humans won’t find animals sexually attractive is belied by the fact that there are bestialists. See my posts:

(2) That a human-animal hybrid can’t grow into a reproductive adult, resulting in a miscarriage or sterile offspring, doesn’t mean that such hybrids don’t exist. It simply means that the offspring of a human and an animal is not viable, as in  the still-born human-face lambs in South Africa and Turkey, and the human-face goat in Zimbabwe.

Here’s another reason why the still-born grotesqueries in South Africa, Turkey, and Zimbabwe may in fact be human-animal hybrids: Ten years ago, scientists had created a a sheep that was 15% human.
Claudia Joseph reports for Daily Mail, March 27, 2007, that scientists had created the world’s first human-sheep chimera, with the body of a sheep and half-human organs. The sheep had 15% human cells and 85% animal cells.
Why would scientists do that? To grow animal organs for transplant into humans.
Professor Esmail Zanjani, of the University of Nevada, spent 7 years and £5 million perfecting the technique, which involved injecting adult human cells into a sheep’s foetus. He created a sheep liver with a large proportion of human cells and hoped to precisely match a sheep to a human transplant patient by using the human patient’s own stem cells to create his/her own flock of sheep. The process would involve extracting stem cells from the donor’s bone marrow and injecting them into the peritoneum of a sheep’s foetus. When the lamb is born, two months later, it would have a liver, heart, lungs and brain that are partly human and available for transplant.
Prof. Zanjani said:

“We would take a couple of ounces of bone marrow cells from the patient. We would isolate the stem cells from them, inject them into the peritoneum of these animals and then these cells would get distributed throughout the metabolic system into the circulatory system of all the organs in the body. The two ounces of stem cell or bone marrow cell we get would provide enough stem cells to do about ten foetuses. So you don’t just have one organ for transplant purposes, you have many available in case the first one fails.”

Ethical considerations aside, Dr. Patrick Dixon, an international lecturer on biological trends, warned: “Many silent viruses could create a biological nightmare in humans. Mutant animal viruses are a real threat, as we have seen with HIV.”
The creation of a sheep that was 15% human happened ten years ago. Since then, biologists’ helter-skelter creation of human-animal chimeras has advanced even further. See:

Expect to see more lambs and goats born with human-like faces in the future.
God help us.
H/t Will Shanley
~Eowyn

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Captain America
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Is that Michael Moore’s baby picture? He was crotchless from the start.

MA in MO
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MA in MO

I have been seeing more and more pictures of half-humans / half-animal and they make me so sick. I always quickly pass on by, but they still make me want to vomit. We live in such a sick, evil, satanic world that every day that goes by surprises me that we still exist. I know that I now live in a protected environment and cannot even imagine what happens in other places. May the Lord have mercy.

Lana
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Lana

Amen to everything you said MA.
I would only add that this problem seems to be more prevalent in these backwards countries. All the more reason we do not need to bring cultures and peoples here who act in such a depraved manner.
https://redice.tv/news/sweden-enriched-baby-goat-kidnapped-from-gothenburg-animal-park-has-been-found-raped-and-severely-burned

Glenn47
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Glenn47

As sick as it is, we know men have been breeding with animals for as long as we go back. Whether a fetus could become viable is doubtful, but some of the excuses the above vets gave is pretty shaky. With all the rain, why did only one sheep have a deformed birth, same for the sheep that her fodder was abundant in vit A. Why was she the only one having a deformed birth? In both cases, deformed births should have been rampant. Men have been going against Mother Earth and God for centuries. Now we have an over… Read more »

Auntie Lulu
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Auntie Lulu

Glenn47 . . . Most excellent post! As you have said, “God help us.” Men do not know the evil that they do! I would hope that in all cases such as this that the animals born of such evil unions would be stillborn. It is an insult to God to mix the the properties of His human children, with that of the animals He created. I find it so reprehensible that people would indulge in this kind of evil doing.

Glenn47
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Glenn47

Thank you Auntie and great response.

Hadenoughalready
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Hadenoughalready

Chimeras have been around since before the time of Noah. Egyptian, Greek, and Hindu gods, just to name a few, all incorporated animal-like deities. The “kicker is: they didn’t maintain animal qualities, only their appearances. They can from somewhere, right? Every myth contains a kernel of truth.
Since we’re living in those “days of Noah”, again, this is to be expected. Trust me, worse will come.

John Molloy
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John Molloy

Biblical penalties should apply to those who engage in bestiality and also to those who engage in experimentation between humans and animals.
If not we may begin to witness the Island of Dr. Moreau.

Goldbug
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Goldbug

These are the “play” projects of Dr. Mengele’s progeny. Our government invited this evil madness into the U.S. with Operation Paperclip. Many of these creatures (dead) have been found in the desert near “experimental” facilities.

EdK
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EdK

In the third world farm animals are just another orifice to rape.

filia.aurea
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Between our complete inability to manage the nuclear waste we create, the unknown consequences of continuing experiments at CERN, the proliferation of genetically modified foods & plants, the production of harmful synthetic pharmaceuticals, dangerous human/AI melding experiments and now this utterly satanic chimera experimentation – “scientists” and their money-grubbing enablers are destroying everything God created. I can only hope there’s a heaven, because we’re creating hell on earth.

josephbc69
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Yours is a wonderfully well-written statement of my sentiments, filia, so I’ve nothing to add, Perhaps my background in animal & plant breeding may assure some that we will never see true ‘interbreeding’ between animals that don’t have the correct genetic sequencing, as Nature/God/the Kosmos will not –as far as know– support mismatched ‘instructions’.
The Problem lies in humankind’s ceaseless striving to be as God, always our first and last sin. In pursuit of that end we fall into infinite evil.

filia.aurea
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Thank you for words of comfort, Joseph. The more I learn , the more shame I feel for being human, failing to recognize technology’s inherent potential to “cross the line”. I’ll be silent no longer.

Steven Broiles
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Alex Jones has reported that “scientists” (names and locations unspecified) have created human-animal hybrids or chimeras. At first I didn’t believe it. But I am willing to lend this credence. I have looked on the internet for any investigations into Rockefeller University, located on York Avenue at E. 67 St., in Manhattan. The Rockefeller Foundation has been at the vanguard of the eugenic movement in the United States. I see doctors entering and exiting the main tower at the south end of the campus, located at E. 63 St., but I have never seen students entering or leaving the main… Read more »

Lophatt
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Lophatt

Yeah, Thomas Merton was right. Whether this is the product of “science” or “degeneracy” is an open question. It is true that in countries where beastiality is common it would be more likely to produce some viability. While it is generally taught in school that human/animal couplings do not produce viable offspring I wouldn’t be too certain of that. If you enhance the odds through science it could increase incidences such as these. Humans are arrogant. They observe things and mistake that for understanding. I remember as a student fertilizing anemones and rabbits with saline solution. Sometimes the offspring lived… Read more »

sunaJAeon
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Scientist have been genetically modifying animals for some time now-most likely these animals are human-pig hybrids that were created for tissue transplantation-I consider this a crime against sentient beings

cogitoergosumantra
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“Your mother was a hamster, and your father smelt of elderberries!”
Was there actually something darker, deeper behind that line?
(https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cAy4zULKFDU)

MeThePeople
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MeThePeople

It’s those Muslim studs do in their thang.

MeThePeople
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MeThePeople

There must be a goat shortage.

Seumas
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Seumas

Does not the Bible read “Every Kind after itself”? One kind cannot reproduce with another kind, from what I can tell, and if humans could reproduce with animals you can be sure there would be shockingly more “hybrid” creatures found, both living, and dead, on a regular basis because bestialists/zoophiles are a more common vileness than society at present likes to admit (There are even guides to having sex with dolphins out there.), even this year I can think of one case I heard of, where a “artist” woman was acquiring dogs for the sole purpose of having sexual relations… Read more »

Anonymous
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Anonymous

Probably not… but each time one of these animals with human-looking features gets born, six jihadists there leave town.comment image

alice
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alice

the poor animal was raped by men, that simple explanation…

MomOfIV
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MomOfIV

terror, bestiality, pedophilia, disease, atheism, rape….will become the norm by bringing islam into the usa

TrailDust
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TrailDust

Can we see now why the Lord declared some kinds of interbreeding to be abominable? The sheer tragedy to such misbegotten creatures is terrible. Years ago, Christian philosopher Francis Schaffer stated that one of the biggest challenges we face now is that there are things scientists can do, but which we must NOT do. And creating a human/animal chimera would seem to be such a case.

MomOfIV
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MomOfIV

I believe GMOs were created for more use than modifying the DNA of corn, soybeans, sugar beets, wheat, cotton, alfalfa, papaya, canola, apples, tomato, potato, squash, cantaloupe, rice, flax, radicchio….I believe these are the trials and the goal is for GMO “humans” . the FDA/USDA/EPA recently approved a new GMO technology for monsanto called: “RNAi” (RNA interference)…it’s a gene-silencing “insecticide” that you don’t spray…the insect consumes the crop and and newly “encoded” crop silences a gene in the insect that kills it… “With Monsanto and Dow’s genetically modified corn, however, the DvSnf7 dsRNA is actually silencing a gene in another… Read more »

Josh
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Josh

I think the top one kinda looks like podesta.

MeThePeople
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MeThePeople

Is it Rosie O’Donnell?

Patrick
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Patrick

Is this the Democrat’s nominee for President in 2019?

Mark Thompson
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It is a program, to create a base of slave labor. That’s the ultimate goal. Create an animal, that has the base root of mans ability’s. Just like the milk cow, or the egg laying chicken. Create an animal that can do a man’s work. That’s their ultimate goal. Sick bastards