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emo Aristocrat warns visitors after 'big cat' spotted on estate

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6 years 1 month ago #117

The Big Cat theory is not as daft as some make out, there is more than enough large game inhabiting our Moors, grassland and Woodlands to support a sizable population of large predators, not to mention domesticated livestock...


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6 years 1 month ago #134

The problem with the big cat theory is the lack of hard evidence. Unless they are being assumed in to heaven why has no one found a corpse? Not saying they don't exist, I think they do, just odd how certain bits of the puzzle are missing.


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6 years 1 month ago #136

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The problem with the big cat theory is the lack of hard evidence. Unless they are being assumed in to heaven why has no one found a corpse? Not saying they don't exist, I think they do, just odd how certain bits of the puzzle are missing.

I agree with you however there are far too many interesting reports out there to dismiss it out of hand, as some have tried to do. Chris Packham fronted a BBC documentary on the subject a couple of years ago and he came to the same conclusion, despite being somewhat of a skeptic initially.


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6 years 1 month ago #141

I'm sure they are out there - spoken with too many people who've seen them One bloke saw one in a farmyard in daylight with witnesses. It passed within ten feet of them and in no hurry. I've seen animals which I can't identify. They're out there alright but what happens to the evidence? I intend to spend a bit more time on the moors looking but I don't hold much hope of finding anything.


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6 years 1 month ago #143

Perhaps they have developed a healthy respect for humans and have learnt to avoid contact as much as possible, after all these islands are heavily populated and it will only end one way for them... :unsure:


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6 years 1 month ago #151

After some sheep got mangled some years ago a group of local stalkers (people who shoot deer not sneak around after celebrities) wanted to hunt down the beast. Every farmer refused permission. There were other legal obstacles but I was pleasantly surprised by the farmers response.

IIRC it was never confirmed the mangling was caused by a big cat. We do tend to go through phases of poaching on the moor :angry:


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