Two-Headed Deer: Kentucky Hunter Makes Disturbing Kill
A hunter’s unbelievable two-headed catch has gone viral as people can’t help but do a double take when they see the bizarre photos.
Bob Long had no idea he was stalking such a rare beast when he took aim in Ballard County, northern Kentucky, on Sunday. All he could see were a set of massive antlers.
It was only when he approached his kill that he realized just how unique it was. Long had shot a buck deer that appeared to have two heads with entwined antlers.
It turned out that the two-headed deer was not a newly discovered species or conjoined deer twins. It appears that the buck had been walking around with another deer’s rotting carcass stuck to his head before he was shot.
“This is a once in a lifetime thing to happen if you’re a hunter,” Long told News Now.
How the deer managed to get himself so entwined with a carcass remains a mystery, although bucks have been known to get their antlers stuck together when they ram each other.