Updated: More Than 3,000 Unusual Animal Deaths Reported in Argentina and Chile Since 2002

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Specialists from Argentina's federal INTA agency (similar to USDA's Food Safety Inspection Service) are inspecting a mutilated cow in the La Pampa province in late June 2002. More than 100 mutilated cows and horses were reported to local authorities in seven provinces between April and June 2002. Image © 2002 by Rio Negro Online, Argentina.
Specialists from Argentina's federal INTA agency (similar to USDA's Food Safety Inspection Service) are inspecting a mutilated cow in the La Pampa province in late June 2002. More than 100 mutilated cows and horses were reported to local authorities in seven provinces between April and June 2002. Image © 2002 by Rio Negro Online, Argentina.
Map in which yellow indicates towns in provinces of La Pampa, Buenos Aires and Rio Negro where mutilations have occurred, especially La Pampa. Not shown on the map are other affected provinces further north: Entre Rios, Santa Fe and Chaco. Reported mutilation count since April 2002 is 2,150.
Map in which yellow indicates towns in provinces of La Pampa, Buenos Aires and Rio Negro where mutilations have occurred, especially La Pampa. Not shown on the map are other affected provinces further north: Entre Rios, Santa Fe and Chaco. Reported mutilation count since April 2002 is 2,150.
Typical La Pampa Province, Argentina, cow mutilation.
Typical La Pampa Province, Argentina, cow mutilation.

Updated June 23, 2005   Bradford, Pennsylvania - The number of unusual large animal deaths since 2002 in Argentina and Chile keeps climbing. I talked with Scott Corrales, Editor and Translator of Inexplicata, the Journal of Spanish Ufology, based in Bradford, Pennsylvania. Scott received his M. A. in Spanish Literature from Rutgers University. Scott's website, Inexplicata, provides Spanish-to-English translations about UFO-related incidents in Mexico, Central and South America.

 

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