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Skull pertrusions/horns

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Some things, like birth marks can occur almost anywhere on the body. Sometimes they can follow a line or area. Some things are genetic deformities with ancestral lineages, like occasional legs on snakes. Some things are pure genetic coding errors, be they natural, hereditary or man-made, like radiation etc. There ws recent talk of small sized examples occuring in humans in an Austtralian study and can affexct horses. Training in humans seems to bre able to strengthen or make denser the bone, and animals like goats and woodpekers have huge protective abiolities to g forces.


Whilst most examples in this video are related to seemingly natural events - horns on the skull, I do not know if it signifies anything skull related, given so few, examples, and I don't know how many other examples there may be on the skull or elsewhere, to even guess at a reason or cause or body/bone area preference, though doctors in some above cases will no doubt know each individual case, if diagnosed. Do we have pertrusioins in our ancestry where hox genes make be triggered? There are a number of diseases/conditions which cause unusual bone defects or enable added or transformed calcification. 


Did anyone get caught out by Bonsai kittens/cats?



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