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A shocking image of a muscle-bound bull bringing a Ride Rage series online after the image of a giant beast has become viral



A mutant cattle has triggered an Internet "Ridge Rage" series over their freaky muscle-bound bodies.

These amazing images of Belgian blues come days after another cattle giant – a 6-foot-4-minute engraver named Knickers – shocked the action world.

   Belgian blues have a naturally occurring mutation known as
Belgian blues have a naturally occurring mutation called double-muscling.

While Knickers made global headlines for their record height and weight, Brussels-bred muscles are huge everywhere.

That's because the Belgian blues have a naturally occurring mutation called "double muscle" – which turns them into beef cakes.

However, some of them have seen online photos and clips of beefy cattle that they need steroids.

"It should be illegal to inject steroids into any animal … it takes it out of its natural, healthy-looking character," one wrote.

   Some who have seen online images of burly cattle are convinced that they need to be on steroids

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Some who have seen online images of burly cattle are convinced that they are on Steroids must be
   Belgian blue owls can often suffer serious health problems

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Belgian blue owls, however, often suffer serious health problems.

"Insanely … pathetic, what they did to these poor creatures" wrote one of millions of YouTube viewers who saw the "Muscles of Brussels". Others, however, struck back to point out that their bizarre appearance is indeed due to a naturally occurring genetic mutation.

One responded, "This is a Belgian breed that looks like this because of a genetic mutation that leads to increased muscle mass."

"So stop this nonsense of steroids and animal cruelty." Double Muscles Occur in Animals lacking a particular protein that regulates its muscle growth.
Although it is natural, the mutation is not sustained, says PETA (People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals).

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Bovine giant Knickers made headlines worldwide

And the breed's bodybuilder profile certainly has a high price Often suffering serious health Problems.

Pregnancies are very difficult and the animals almost always need caesarean to release their babies.

Once the calves are born, they can have a number of birth defects, including enlarged tongues, which can complicate breastfeeding.

Earlier this week we told how tremendous Knickers made it into the record books.

The seven-year-old colossus Knickers has grown up in the meantimeMOOS around the world after the ox's story became viral

"He has become a star of the production bull," rancher Geoff Pearson said.

"We've always got comments from everyone who's seen him, he's quickly becoming a local celebrity, I'm not sure how we'll deal with his newfound popularity."

A Canadian farmer has now claimed his super-ox was an inch taller than Knickers.

Karl Schoenrock says that his own ox-dozer, just over 5 meters long, is a "gentle giant" to him.


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