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Over 1000 ABC sightings in Britain in 2002

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The British Big Cat Society today released details of Big Cat sightings reported during 2002 – including new evidence of their existence. The staggering figure of 1,077 sightings that occurred last year was collected by the society and its members. A further 679 sightings were reported from previous years; again Scotland was the hotspot in the UK, with Devon (97), Kent (92)and Wales (86) the other major areas.

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i agree with the press release, in that the big cats aught to be studied before they are wiped out, but they need to still be kept under control, so they do not become a menace.

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One theory about the mysterious big cats (Alien Big Cats or ABCs) in the British countryside is that they are the hybrid offspring of various species of big cat let loose when the Dangerous Wild Animals Act came into force in 1976. This Act required such pets to be licensed and to be kept in special secure enclosures. Unable to meet the stringent new requirements, some owners turned their pets loose in remote parts of Britain. They not only survived, but apparently thrived. However, they may have been unable to find suitable mates and mated with next best thing i.e. with a different type of big cat giving rise to a population of mongrel big cats of highly mixed parentage and colouration which does not match any known big cat species. How feasible is hybrid theory?.

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Although some people tend to discount thistheory, I still think it is very likely.

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