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Discussion in 'Wanted' started by RBlack, Aug 17, 2012.
Looking to purchase a cougar penis bone. Can be in the raw or already cleaned.
You need to do a little more research. Cougars don't come equipped with penile bones. But I heard they're an option on the 2013 models.
LMFAO ________ good one FRANKY
I'm sure we can arrange for a "Penal Implant" if we can catch a Cougar and hold him down long enough!!!
yep, no bone in cougars or bobcats. well mught be some cougars out there looking. if so please contact me.
Frank, when I grow up I want to be just like you. LMAO. Good one.
Everyone thought the same thing about tigers and someone recently found one- so cut the dang penis off a cougar and give it to this guy to try and find.
Randy, go over to the southern ex, Im sure you can find a cougar in there wearing one already. j/k
I bet there are some guys from Cameroon who have some and will even include pictures!
Both cougars and bobcats have bacula, but they are very small. I have a few bobcat bacula if you are interested.
rbs, Photos please.
I`ve skinned bazzillions, no bone , not even a tiny one. zero, nada, zip.
Bob, you and I know the story. I'm waiting for the pictures. Who knows, we might learn something. But probably not. FT
It my actually be cartilaginous, but there is a penal structure. Bob, the "bone" is toward the tip and about 2 or 3mm long. I skinned a mountain lion once and the bacula wasn't much bigger. Ended up losing it. Anyway, grumpa, if you pm me your email I'll send you some pics.
So they are only 2-3 mm long, Im at a loss for words
According to Wikipedia rbs is correct...however it seems it would be present in females as well...not really something to wear on your keychain like a bear or raccoons baculum. So both sides are correct...there is a tiny bone but nothing to be recognized as a the impressive "swizzle sticks" we are used to seeing.
25.4 mm to the inch. so he claims there is a bone in a cats weiner that is 1/10th of an inch long. that`s not bone, it`s a" . "
WOW, SD's the only one who got the joke.
Sorry MV, didnt work this time!!!!!!!!!
Sow Bears Often have a similar structure.... Mostly cartilagenous but on some older sows its calcified.