Going East on I-70 we saw signs for Prairie Dog Town-home of the 17 foot tall prairie dog, rattlesnakes and a living 6 legged cow. After paying our admission, we were ushered to the rattlesnake cage for an up close look. They were active and lively, I think it was feeding time. We escaped outdoors where we immediately saw our first prairie dog-lots and lots of prairie dog holes and prairie dogs that would poke there heads out and run from one hole to another.
We walked around looking at the animals in pens and the cats in cages. The 6 legged cow was lying down chewing, but sure enough, you could see it really was a 6-legged cow. They encourage picture taking.
When Prairie Dog Town’s first deformed cow died, Ripley’s Believe It or Not purchased it for use in St. Augustine. That was interesting to learn because I also have a picture of that stuffed cow, from when we went to St. Augustine (but I didn’t realize that til just now, so I’m adding the picture below).