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The quote from this article is illustrative of the issue. "First, I thought [the cow] had died naturally, and then I got closer to it and I could see it wasn't natural," he said. "The eyes were gone, the tongue was gone. The ears were gone. The sex organs were cut out. It was just kind of weird." The conventional explanation is that this matches what ...
I can understand why you didn't just google it, because the results can lead down a rabbit hole of ... doubtful... websites. However, this article from the Huffington Post mentions earliest use of cattle mutilations occurring in the early 1960s. Cattle Mutilation Theories - Caution: Graphic Imagery
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