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9 minutes ago, Greb147 said:

I'd say that was a Jaguar, never seen a black Leopard with that much mass and muscle. 

The trees do point to leopard mind, difficult to say with a blurry pic. 

The musculature does indeed shout jaguar 👍 the pic is blurry because I screen-shot it ages ago from a bit of footage, and enlarged it, black animal walking down a deciduous hedge side, leaves off trees indicates winter? 

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Just now, mackem said:

The musculature does indeed shout jaguar 👍 the pic is blurry because I screen-shot it ages ago from a bit of footage, and enlarged it, black animal walking down a deciduous hedge side, leaves off trees indicates winter? 

Where's it meant to be from? Where did you see the footage? 

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25 minutes ago, Greb147 said:

I'd say that was a Jaguar, never seen a black Leopard with that much mass and muscle. 

The trees do point to leopard mind, difficult to say with a blurry pic. 

How can you identify whether a black panther is a jaguar or a leopard without side by side comparison? Everything I read is just the differences like a 'bigger body'. - Quora

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15 minutes ago, Greb147 said:

Where's it meant to be from? Where did you see the footage? 

Identify the trees/shrubs in the background....that may give you the answers you seek👍

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48 minutes ago, Greb147 said:

Just can't see big cat at all, way too bulky and head looks nothing like one. 

And like you say, what the Fcuk are them ears, surely there's clearly pics than this. 

Im not saying it is ,im not saying it isnt. Literally nobody can say 100% with the picture . But i can see big cat in the picture a bit .

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3 minutes ago, Daniel cain said:

Identify the trees/shrubs in the background....that may give you the answers you seek👍

I'm not that good with the trees, certainly don't look like the rainforest that's for sure. 

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6 minutes ago, Greb147 said:

You can tell by the markings mate if you have a clear enough pic, the jaguar has spots inside the rosette markings. 

apparently the jaguar has shorter legs and a lot shorter tail than the leopard and that photo makem put up does look like the  jaguar in the identification post i put up 

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8 minutes ago, Greb147 said:

I'm not that good with the trees, certainly don't look like the rainforest that's for sure. 

Looks like windswept Holly trees you get around the old cattle drinking ponds up and down the UK 😁👍

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I think at the very least, a clear picture of a big cat captured in a specified location in the UK, should be the only acceptably form of actual proof of their existence. So far, I don't think we've seen anything even close to that on here, or anywhere else. That is simply the facts.

I for one will never be satisfied with a black smudge in a corner of a field, or something that looks more like the cat next door. I think anyone that grabs onto such images for dear life, and convinces themselves that their something more, is only fooling themselves.

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6 minutes ago, Daniel cain said:

Looks like windswept Holly trees you get around the old cattle drinking ponds up and down the UK 😁👍

Tbf it does look like it could be somewhere in India as well but that would point towards Leopard. 

A picture is worth a thousand words but those words could be anything if you don't have the context. 👍

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8 minutes ago, Greb147 said:

Jaguars do end up in places they don't belong, I mean what's this video all about? 

A clip of a Jaguar killing a dog in Central Asia at a guess. 

 

So, there's a 'possibility' of leopards, jaguars, pumas etc, black or otherwise' being in britain then?

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