Cats

Beast Of Bodmin Moor

Beast Of Bodmin Moor

One of the most popular subcategories of current cryptozoology, particularly in Britain, is the investigation of what are known as ...
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Beast Of Exmoor

Beast Of Exmoor

British Big Cat of southwestern England. Significant sightings: Attacks on livestock gained prominence in Devon in the spring of 1983, ...
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black-panther

Black Panthers

Seen in places they should not be, mysterious Black Panthers have been reported throughout eastern North America. (Loren Coleman) Animals ...
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Blue Tiger

Blue Tiger

Harry R. Caldwell’s Blue Tiger caused a sensation when it was published in 1925, and seventy-five years later it has ...
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Buffalo Lion

Buffalo Lion

Buffalo Lion : Maneless big Cat of East Africa. Etymology: After its preference for large prey such as buffalo. Variant ...
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Cait Sìth

Cait Sìth

Cait Sìth : Fairy Cat of Scotland. Etymology: Gaelic, “fairy cat .” Variant names: Big ears, Cat sìth, Cath paluc ...
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King Cheetah

King Cheetah

For years, intrigued by legends, the appearance of strange skins, and reports of an unusual-looking giant cheetah in Africa, cryptozoologists ...
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Marozi

Marozi

The marozi (“spotted lion”), which has been given the scientific name Panthera leo maculatus, has been reported from the montane ...
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Mngwa

Mngwa

The Mngwa is an unknown big Cat of East Africa. Significant sightings: In 1922, William Hichens was magistrate of Lindi, ...
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Onza

Onza

For centuries reports of a large mystery cat have come out of the Sierra Madre Occidental range in northwestern Mexico ...
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The Surrey Puma

The Surrey Puma

Surrey Puma : BRITISH BIG CAT of southern England. Etymology: A newspaper term coined in August 1964 when a large ...
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Yameneko

Yameneko

The yameneko is the name the Japanese first gave to a gray-brown, small domestic-sized felid, found on the 113-square-mile island ...
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