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Funny none of the big cat enthusiasts haven't tried to smuggle in some and release them, to try prove their not mad. Maybe they aint rich enough, but certainly mad enough. 

Not at cheap dig at you Greyman.😂 But you know there is a few out there.

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10 hours ago, EDDIE B said:

Funny none of the big cat enthusiasts haven't tried to smuggle in some and release them, to try prove their not mad. Maybe they aint rich enough, but certainly mad enough. 

Not at cheap dig at you Greyman.😂 But you know there is a few out there.

Rumour has it that’s why some of the exotics that are seen in the uk countryside , beavers , skunks,  raccoons etc 

no different than the parakeets in London ,magpies , grey squirrels etc all releases .

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2 hours ago, forest of dean redneck said:

Rumour has it that’s why some of the exotics that are seen in the uk countryside , beavers , skunks,  raccoons etc 

no different than the parakeets in London ,magpies , grey squirrels etc all releases .

And the cat fish doing rather well in our rivers and lakes, mostly due to smuggled and dumped specimens ✌️

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This one nearly had me for a minute

The anti's be getting a hard on watching it.🙄

 

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8 hours ago, forest of dean redneck said:

Rumour has it that’s why some of the exotics that are seen in the uk countryside , beavers , skunks,  raccoons etc 

no different than the parakeets in London ,magpies , grey squirrels etc all releases .

What you mean fdr? Magpies are native to uk

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32 minutes ago, forest of dean redneck said:

My bad thought it was introduced way back 👍

Talking about way back, if you go back far enough, when britain was still connected to mainland europe, lions  hippos etc would all have been found roaming about our countryside 👍

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9 hours ago, EDDIE B said:

i reckon i know whos lost that,even though its been denied its theirs,i reckon i met that marsupial before lol

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48 minutes ago, sandymere said:

A mate of mine sent me a video of a group of them in a field not far from here, we've hunted around that land a lot of the years....probably 12 or so in the group.

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This one was quite well known for obvious reasons, you would have thought everyone would have a pic of it, have also had wallaby,s taken from an enclosure on the Cotswolds carried over a 6ft electric fence and stripped out and eaten in the woods nearby, but after a thorough investigation it was done by Fox,s 😂😂😂

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19 hours ago, shaaark said:

Talking about way back, if you go back far enough, when britain was still connected to mainland europe, lions  hippos etc would all have been found roaming about our countryside 👍

No I thought it was like pre Victorian times the magpies got  introduced could sworn I read it somewhere ?

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Watching the news a few mins ago, SEVERAL people still keeping 'exotic' pets, including a few different species of non native wild cats, up and down the country. Many of them owned 'without' relevant licences.

Can see a few more being released into our coutryside pretty soon

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