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“Most of the time we get pictures of foxes, badgers, all sorts of wildlife. The camera has been there for three years. “This shot was at 10.30pm one night in July last year. “It appears to be quite low-slung and with a long tail."
Quentin Rose is, rather sadly, rarely spoken about today. Here was a guy who on a full-time basis investigated reports of large exotic cats roaming the countryside. He was the best at what he did. And yet despite his investigations, he was ridiculed and also sneered at by many other ‘researchers’ across the field because of their jealousy. I think that maybe it was down to the fact that Quentin had the know-how as to track such animals; he had the experience . . .
originally posted by: galadofwarthethird
a reply to: Kester
But saying all that, the picture you provided does look to be more of dog shape then a panther or leopard, that snout looks a bit to long and those ears look to be way to pointy to be a big cat, in fact looks it like a doberman. But who knows, that picture is far from clear and to inconclusive to determine anything.
“It appears to be quite low-slung and with a long tail."