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Wild Pig with Blue Fat Found Near Northern California Ranch

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Published on Sep 15, 2015

www.undergroundworldnews.com
Ranchers in Northern California shot a wild pig and ended up finding its meat surrounded by Smurf-blue fat.

A user on Imgur posted photos and a short explanation of the bizarre discovery at their in-laws' Morgan Hill ranch. The couple cut open the pig, drained most of the blood and were startled to see fluorescent blue fat peeking out of the incision.

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 Cinnamon    14,640

I was wondering if it was photo shopped too, they sent a sample to U.C. Davis so I'm sure it must have appeared blue.

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 CGK    2,187

Strange, any explanation for this?

Most likely the animal had been grazing by an old silver mine.

 

Scientists have put forward a detailed biochemical model to explain argyria, a condition which turns sufferers' skin a distressing blue colour. It is caused by chronic exposure to silver and although the new work won't lead to a cure it does provide new insights into the health risks associated with silver nanoparticles that are now ubiquitous in modern life.

http://www.rsc.org/chemistryworld/2012/11/chemistry-blue-man-argyria-colloidal-silver

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 thedudeabides    2,017
Published on Sep 15, 2015

www.undergroundworldnews.com
Ranchers in Northern California shot a wild pig and ended up finding its meat surrounded by Smurf-blue fat.

A user on Imgur posted photos and a short explanation of the bizarre discovery at their in-laws' Morgan Hill ranch. The couple cut open the pig, drained most of the blood and were startled to see fluorescent blue fat peeking out of the incision.

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Fake picture, anyone with eyes can see the artifacts from photoshop.

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