Woman walking ‘giant mutant beast’ sparks real-life Game of Thrones wolf rumours

A pet owner has left online viewers and passers-by stunned after she was filmed walking an enormous grey beast down the street, leaving some to be believe it is a real-life wolf from Game of Thrones.

The woman, who was spotted in Hardee County, Florida, didn't seem phased by the size of the animal, which was already up to her waist on all fours, as she had it on a lead.

However, onlookers were left feeling uneasy as a family was heard discussing the sight in the background of the recording, which was uploaded to TikTok.

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In the video, which has gained more than 164,000 likes, a child can be heard exclaiming that the creature is 'big' before the mum questions whether it's a wolf or a dog.

The child confidently responds to say it's a 'dog', but the mum replied claiming it could be a "beast."

Online viewers were also left bewildered by the sight as some have dubbed it a 'mutant', while others believe it is similar to the mythical Dire wolf from Game of Thrones.

One user said: "She's got Jon Snow's Dire wolf out there."

Another wrote: "F*cking mutant that escaped from a lab at The Pentagon."

While a third added: "It's her husband in werewolf form!"

A fourth wrote: "That’s a hyena I’m convinced."

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However, it is believed that the creature is in fact a large Irish Wolfhound or a Scottish Deerhound. Wolfhounds can grow up to 2.9 feet, while Scottish Deerhounds can reach 2.6 feet.

Irish wolfhounds often have shorter than average lifespans compared to other dog breeds, between six and 10 years, due to their height and weight.

They are said to be the tallest dog breed in the world and were originally used in war to drag men off horses and chariots as they have been bred to chase game at high speeds.

The animals were also trained as hunters to protect humans from wolves.


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