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2 minutes ago, shaaark said:

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

BOOOM!!!💥

 

 

 

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Hahahahaha always a possibly Shark, just doesn't look likely with the evidence that's been presented thus far. 

I've always been open to the idea of the odd escapee, breeding populations of mongrelised cats, nah. 

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I will donate this camera to your cat hunting if you would like it  lumix fz72 60x zoom 

Spent the morning chatting to a taxidermist from the natural history museum,his friend is a wildlife enthusiast from manang,sets a couple of camera traps up at 5000+ meters,thin air mountain country,t

We I thought I'd let you know how I got on meeting greyman. Drove and met him at his, quick cuppa and we were off down the motorway to meet 2 witnesses who had,  had an incounter with what they believ

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2 hours ago, kanny said:

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2 hours 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. 

 

21 minutes ago, Greb147 said:

Hahahahaha always a possibly Shark, just doesn't look likely with the evidence that's been presented thus far. 

I've always been open to the idea of the odd escapee, breeding populations of mongrelised cats, nah. 

Lol, to be fair, that pic above looks as though it could be a grizzly bear as much as anything else, never mind a big cat!!  😄 👍

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2 minutes ago, shaaark said:

 

 

Lol, to be fair, that pic above looks as though it could be a grizzly bear as much as anything else, never mind a big cat!!  😄 👍

That's what I'm saying, just doesn't look right with me. 

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1 hour ago, shaaark said:

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

BOOOM!!!💥

 

 

 

😄  👍

No jaguars, but a few lynx, jaguars are to specialised in there hunting and would not blend in, the other 3 will eat anything from grasshoppers to deer and live in a vast array of environments and temperatures 👍👍

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5 hours ago, Greb147 said:

But she was out in the field with a Nikon camera cos she did get photos ya daft sod. 😁

Like I said, the creature covered a lot of ground and went from the cover out in to the open which means she had ample time to get the perfect shots. 

 

The pic was taken on an iPhone at full zoom 👍

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Just now, Greyman said:

The pic was taken on an iPhone at full zoom 👍

It was a figure of speech fella, my point was she clearly didn't have a split second to take a pic. 

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4 hours ago, greg64 said:

probably a  dog 

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There is one of these in a bungalow near me the only one I’ve ever seen in the flesh and it’s probably close to 3ft at the shoulder, the animal in the pic is 22” 👍

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27 minutes ago, Greyman said:

There is one of these in a bungalow near me the only one I’ve ever seen in the flesh and it’s probably close to 3ft at the shoulder, the animal in the pic is 22” 👍

the dogs are 24 to 26 inch and bitches 23 to 26 as a rule

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3 hours ago, Greb147 said:

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. 👍

Certainly not India mate.Different flora and look altogether. 

If I thought a cat was in an area and I wanted it on cam I would, and your going to think I am taking the piss but I am not as I know a guy who did it in Alberta, buy some Calvin Klein obsession aftershave and set up an artificial scent station. Yes aftershave might attract old cougars in the local boozer but I am talking about attracting felines, cats are attracted to civet one, an ingredient in CK aftershave, it works, been known about for years by researchers. 

https://m.indiamart.com/proddetail/civetone-19189665412.html

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52 minutes ago, Greyman said:

There is one of these in a bungalow near me the only one I’ve ever seen in the flesh and it’s probably close to 3ft at the shoulder, the animal in the pic is 22” 👍

 

23 minutes ago, greg64 said:

the dogs are 24 to 26 inch and bitches 23 to 26 as a rule

What type of dog is that black thing in that pic?

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20 minutes ago, mackem said:

Certainly not India mate.Different flora and look altogether. 

If I thought a cat was in an area and I wanted it on cam I would, and your going to think I am taking the piss but I am not as I know a guy who did it in Alberta, buy some Calvin Klein obsession aftershave and set up an artificial scent station. Yes aftershave might attract old cougars in the local boozer but I am talking about attracting felines, cats are attracted to civet one, an ingredient in CK aftershave, it works, been known about for years by researchers. 

https://m.indiamart.com/proddetail/civetone-19189665412.html

I love stuff like that . I heard read (aniseed) is good for animals aswell

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2 hours ago, Welsh_red said:

I love stuff like that . I heard read (aniseed) is good for animals aswell

The enthusiasts are probably well aware of this, but one of the best attractants out there for all cats, big and small, is SILVER VINE. Think it's fairly easy get over here too.

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Lucky The Dark Destroyer taking a shit, fake. 

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