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Remains of 'big beast' found in pond

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The remains of a big cat may have been found in a Cornish pond folllowing claims that a giant predator has been killing wildlife there.

The skeleton of the big toothed creature, whose skull resembles that of a cougar, was spotted in Par - close to where sightings of a beast have been made.

It was spotted by a bemused local who reported seeing what she believed to be the remains of a small crocodile in the calm fresh water pond.

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The small eye sockets and the dentition are a sign that it's not a felid. Probably a badger. It doesn't even look that big.

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Posted (edited)

It's a hoax, no one EVER finds dead animals. :yes::no:

Edited by evancj

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Probably got sucked up into a bigfoot teleporter. Stay clear of mud wallows.

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Here's a cougar skull for comparison. Not even close IMO

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Ya, for sure

Then again ...it may have looked like a cat, before its mishap with cell portation technology.

add: (I am not practicing bigfoot apologetics ... I am not practicing bigfoot apologetics ... I am not practicing bigfoot apologetics )

:]

Edited by hucksterfoot

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I quickly did these.

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Good Call!! I think that, and Evans post pretty much nailed this one!

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Honey badger... that's the only type of badgers name I can remember.

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Honey badger... that's the only type of badgers name I can remember.

Let's hope not that would be worse than a big cat, it would be pretty bad a$$ though :lol:

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:tu:

Good Call!! I think that, and Evans post pretty much nailed this one!

Agreed, ...Hey wait, you don't buy my cell portation technology theory (theory in the colloquial sense :])? :(

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