These pictures accompany the article Clouds of Death: Catastrophic Effects of Wind-Drift Chemicals and Locally Sprayed Pesticides on Western Montana Fauna
Above: Antelope with perfect bite.
Above: Antelope with moderate underbite. Note teeth forward of pad.
Above: Antelope with severe overbite. Note teeth have worn a groove in the roof of the mouth.
Above: Underbite prognathism in adult female mule deer.
Above: Newborn male Navaho sheep with prognathism at birth. The animal died soon after birth.
Above: Underbite prognathism in a male whitetail deer fawn.
Above: Male elk “Elkie” at four days old, from the Painted Rocks area of Ravalli County. The animal had three crooked legs and severe underbite jaw malocclusion, which prevented it from closing its mouth. Deformities were remedied with the administration of homeopathic cell salts. Elkie was normal when released in the fall of 1999.
Above: Elkie was normal at 1 1/2 years old, when killed by MDFWP for tests for chronic wasting disease. The tests were negative.
Above: Filly foal, born spring 2002, had a 15 mm underbite at birth and a 7 mm underbite at 2 days old when this photo was taken. The foal was given Calc. Phos. 6X and Bioplasma 2 times per day, morning and night, from birth.
Above: Same filly foal at 13 days old, with perfect bite.
Above: Filly foal at 13 days after underbite was completely remedied.🖨️ Print post