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    We call those window cows! lol
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    " I am lost in the dust of the chase that my life brings"

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    Photo doctored or not, I've never seen lungs that far back in an animal....

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    Quote Originally Posted by hoshour View Post
    Here's a goose with a hole in it.

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    Thanks for starting the morning off with a laugh, that is funny!

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    Quote Originally Posted by hoshour View Post
    Here's a goose with a hole in it.

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    If I'm not mistaken, that is a Swan with an abscess on it's breast.

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    There is no void above the lungs. When you find a surgeon that says there is, it'll be the first.

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    Now there is a deadspot under the spine. Father inlaw got a pass-thru on a buck that jumped string. Saw him on camera a few weeks later healing up.

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    There is no dead spot between the btm of the spine and the chest cavity wall, which has the lungs stuck to it.


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    My question would be if that deer was hit where that hole is, it should have been down and able to be shot again before the shock wore off and it could get up and away. If you look at the carcass that WB put up, there is meat between the bottom of the spine to above about the 7th rib that can be hit and result in an animal getting away to recover, especially with an arrow that doesn't shock like a bullet does. A little higher and you're into the spine for a knockdown where they can't get up. A tad lower and you're into the heart/lung area just forward of the paunch, which should result in a dead animal pretty quick if it's a double lunger. If it's a one lung hit, especailly on an elk, they can go a long ways and be hard to recover.

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    Most people with a bow, shoot over the spine and think they dbl lunged them. There's an inch of hair above that back. The lungs are attached to the entire chest cavity by a thin layer of fluid, similar to how plastic wrap sticks to a wet surface. With no air between the membranes around the lungs and cavity wall, and a vacuum in the cavity, there ain't no void.

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    Quote Originally Posted by d.kerri View Post
    Apparition: Are you related to xtreme by chance?

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    No, but I did stay at a Holiday Inn express last night lol

 

 

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