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Leopards and other big cats ARE on the loose in Britain - just don't tell a soul

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posted on May, 30 2010 @ 05:39 PM
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Yeah I know the Hole of Horcum and the parking spot ... I watched the big meteor shower from there a few years back.

You're absolutely right ... there are enough places up on the moors for a dozen big-cats to hide out. And if the one in question was hit by a bus how come none of the passangers ever came forward.

Definately a mystery.


Woody




posted on May, 31 2010 @ 07:02 AM
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im in northern ireland as well,ive heard of a few reports in the mourne mountains and antrim,i do a lot of hiking so i dont know what id do if i came across one.



posted on Jun, 27 2010 @ 09:53 AM
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Here's a recent one that's close to me.


"Pupil's terror after spotting 'panther' near school
A COMMERCIAL Primary pupil claims he was left terrified after disturbing a 'black panther' as it ate in the bushes near his school.

It is the second big cat sighting in residential areas this month after a Dunfermline man alleged to have seen a large cat on the prowl in Duloch.

Support worker Martin Shields was close to the boy when he claimed to have come face-to-face with the big cat in a small gully near Garvock House hotel and the school."

www.dunfermlinepress.com...



posted on Jun, 27 2010 @ 10:39 AM
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A little addition to add to this topic regarding a village close to me, not sure, but I suspect it's the same big black cat I saw a little while ago while out walking the dog..


Residents of a sleepy Sussex village have a startling new addition to their community.

For the past year villagers in Telscombe have had to contend with a big black cat living in their countryside and preying on farm livestock.


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the bit I really like


“They're quite big - dog-sized - and they're nicking all our sheep we think."




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