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|Common Name: ||cyclops kitten fetus |
|Scientific Name: ||felis catus|
Complaints of birth defects in domesticated animals in a small Albertan town have increased in recent years along with long distance hydro lines within the area. With the development of transformer and relay stations, farmers have noticed sometimes dramatic and stunning birth defects, purportedly due to the increase in electromagnetic wave radiation.
This cyclops kitten fetus was a still birth in a litter of 13. All the kittens were cyclops, although born of a seemingly normal mother. These defects have yet to be seen in the human population, although reported cases of leukemia in the locals have tripled in the last decade.
Made from durable latex rubber, submergable, and complete with jar and specimen tag.
Available with brown or black fur.