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LION

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Nov 16, 2011
 

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Sighting of A BIG MOUNTAIN LION NEAR THAYER,MO....ALSO a few BLACK PANTHERS
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Branson, MO

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Nov 16, 2011
 

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dumb post
LION

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Nov 16, 2011
 
lol wrote:
dumb post
WHY??????
Running Flower

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Nov 19, 2011
 

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Another jungle cat sighting. Who cares?
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Nov 20, 2011
 
I don't think it's a dumb post. It's one of the few post on these forums that aren't started to trash someone and their personal life.
I once had a mountain lion come on my mother in law's porch when we had the door open. I wasn't sure I was seeing it. Lol. After I realize that I was, I didn't know what to do. We just sat there real still and it eventually left. My heart was beating so hard, I actually thought the big cat could hear it. It was a beautiful animal. I will admit that.
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Nov 20, 2011
 
LION wrote:
Sighting of A BIG MOUNTAIN LION NEAR THAYER,MO....ALSO a few BLACK PANTHERS
This is not a dumb post and is actually quite interesting.
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Fenton, MO

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Aug 17, 2012
 
My friend was talking a morning walk near Table Rock Lake in Kimberling City when she spotted what she says looked like a black panther. We contacted the Missouri Department of Conservation who told us they had never heard of such thing. I'm thinking that must be the standard response for, don't worry it was nothing!
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Ozark, MO

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#8
Aug 20, 2012
 
its just a snigar
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Aug 27, 2012
 
It was a Jagwir
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Aug 27, 2012
 
guest wrote:
It was a Jagwir
You mean Jaguar a large cat of the Panthera genus located in Southern United States & Mexico. It can be black or brown/orange.
3rd Largest cat in the world after lions, & tigers.
It migrates North, just like the illegial alliens.
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Ozark, MO

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Sep 2, 2012
 
There has been a few sightings of Mt Lions out by Rover Mo,and near Alton ..Conservation is aware of the sightings.The Mt Lion i seen was near a fence line and it was awsome to have seen this as i was standing on the porch!!

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