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Beast of Bodmin Moor



Famous example of an alien big cat, an exotic feline that was thought to be roaming the Cornwall area of southern England in the early 1990's and was believed to be a puma. A spate of reports detailing livestock being slain and sightings of large cats in the area led to officials organising an official investigation in to the creature.

Investigation


The investigation was hampered somewhat by discoveries of large cat skulls which were believed to have been placed in the area as a hoax or as a way to plant evidence for a population of the creatures. Some confirmed puma prints found in 1997 however proved that a large cat had been active in the region.

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