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There is no credible evidence for a conglomerated chimera of the three distinct mammalian species. If such a humanoid creature existed, it could be just a severely mutated human. Similar genetic oddities were widely exhibited in circuses during the 18th, 19th, and 20th centuries. Note that the majority of ManBearPig references are intended as humor.

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