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Originally posted by bvproductions
The Sun is the source? Hmm...
I'd like to see if there is any information about this, but from a reliable site that is trustworthy.
Originally posted by ignorant_ape
reply to post by Venit
ok - a few of my ` issues ` with this story
1 - the fence : was it damaged / breached ? story does not say - so one would assume no
2 - footptints / entry point : unless the fence was breached - an ABC would have to jump it - that would leave tell tail landing imprints - a 30kg + feline can jump a 2m + fence - but it cannot jump a 2m fence and land without leaving a mark
3 - bite marks ? - if a predator had decapitated the bird - its bite radius would be estimable - ie a panthter could remove the head in one clean stroke - a fox would have to nibble its way through
4 - why stop at the head ? - chopping the head off and leabing is ATYPICAL predator action - a predator that took the time and effort to get into an enclsure would ` make a meal of it ` - IMHO humans are most likley to just take the head and leave
Originally posted by Skepticalskeptic
I thought i'd add this to this thread, rather than starting a new one but ...
Bear Spotted in Suffolk
Now, although the image is very blurry to say the least, i dont think that shape could be anything other than a bear?