Posted by Tail On Head (Real Mutation!)

Mad Hyena (#29080)

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2019-11-15 12:51:40
Something I came across browsing the web!
A tail on head mutation, real found on a puppy!

Article here

Sort of a real unicorn!
Most likely this mutation is another case of spliced twins, like extra limbs or conjoined - but in this case, the conjoined twin was absorbed so well that only a tail of it remains! XD

Name could be something like

This suggestion has 156 supports and 30 NO supports.

Edited on 15/11/19 @ 12:53:37 by Mad Hyena (#29080)

(Poop Plz) (#143460)

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2019-11-15 16:43:16

πŸ₯ 1/25 (#182174)

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Posted on
2019-11-16 07:55:01
This would be amazing!!

Lover~ (#183150)

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Posted on
2019-11-16 08:55:08
How have I never heard about this before? Support.

King Loser (#184208)

Prince of the Savannah
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Posted on
2019-11-16 13:57:52
That would be adorable!

πŸ‘ Wolves πŸ‘ (#20994)

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2019-11-19 14:13:37
Oh I read about Narwhal a few days ago! He's a cute little guy and the tail on his head is completely harmless. It would look super cute on our lion cubs. Support!

Lime {4.9k} (#21960)

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Posted on
2019-11-20 12:59:56
I could definitely picture my boy with a little tail coming down his face. Supported!

Typhon (#41384)

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2019-11-24 02:26:56
With this particular pup, it was decided it's probably some sort of underdeveloped 3rd ear rather than a real tail, as there aren't any bones or nerves actually present, just cartilage, skin, and fur, and it's just connected to him by skin rather than his actual skull but supported nonetheless!

LionLuver (#190112)

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Posted on
2019-12-20 20:24:23
Amazing! Awesome! Lion-corn's forever!

🐍 Parasite 🐍 (#140491)

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2019-12-28 17:09:28
Actually this is a case of a parasitic twin on this little doggo! Narwhal is adorable and I spent a while digging into what caused it. There's also a row of fur heading the wrong way on this pupper's head, so the pupper likely absorbed one of his siblings' rumps coincidentally on his head! I have no idea how this may help the thread but it may give you a more broad topic (i.e: parasitic twins instead of tail on head)!