WATCH: Is this bizarre creature a kid, cat or werewolf?

2017-10-19 12:06
PHOTO: Facebook/Aman Shah

PHOTO: Facebook/Aman Shah

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Police are calling this photo a fake but some believe this apparition is a living, breathing creature behind held captive in a laboratory in Malaysia. 

 

At first glance the pointed ears, tufts of hair and long eyelashes remind you of a human baby – until you see the fangs, claws and long tail.

                    

Datuk Rosli Adbul Rahman, the Malaysian state police head, described the photos, which are making waves online, as a hoax.

 

He’s fed up with theories about the origin of the photographs and says they originated on the internet. The creature is apparently a baby wolf made of silicon being sold as a toy on a foreign website.

 

In the meantime social media is abuzz with rumours that this little thing is being held at a secret laboratory in Pahang, Malaysia.

 

Conspiracy theorists, eat your hearts out.

 

Sources:  nst.commirror.co.uk

Read more on:    weird news  |  cat  |  baby

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