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Black Panther Sighting in Poplarville Ms



went hunting at my grandpas place last weekend and he said two people in the area have seen the mysterious black panther not even a mile from our property. Should I be worried?






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kengel2
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Id be more scared of hogs than a mysterious black panther.





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surprisingly we havent seen too many hogs lately besides on the game cameras. They have become cautious of the traps too and wont go near them.





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I know there are a few posters that hunt in the area. I was wondering if anyone else has heard anything.





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mikeytig
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No difference between a black panther and a hog fwiw. Both useless.





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kengel2
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No difference between a black panther and a hog fwiw. Both useless.


True, but wait around in the dark and that grunt from a pissed off hog will scare the shite out of you.






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mikeytig
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True, but wait around in the dark and that grunt from a pissed off hog will scare the shite out of you.








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i would think the roar of a panther would be pretty scary as well. Does anyone know where they live? do they climb a tree and sleep there or live on the ground?





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UnoMe
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Call the KKK and watch the fun





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Black Panther Sighting in Poplarville Ms


Unless a resident had a black jaguar or leopard that got loose it doesn't exist. The Pearl River basin has had a small population of cougars that could travel the river. But, the black trait doesn't exist. Unless, there is a small population of jaguars, which is almost impossible.



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Captain Aubrey
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i would think the roar of a panther


they sound like a woman screaming, blood curdling






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tigerswin03
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Unless a resident had a black jaguar or leopard that got loose it doesn't exist. The Pearl River basin has had a small population of cougars that could travel the river. But, the black trait doesn't exist. Unless, there is a small population of jaguars, which is almost impossible
bull shite they dont i had one walk under my stand in tylertown about 10yrs ago.fricking scary ihad my sights right on it but the only thing i kept thinking is if i miss can he climb this tree.






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tigerfan1974
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Oh, it's on now.





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faxis
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Anybody else notice that the only sightings of "Black Panthers" are eye witness and there are NO game camera pics of them?

Figure they've got a bug detector they carry around with them? That's obviously how bigfoots doing it.






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LSUfootball222
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a game camera has to get a pic of one of these things sooner or later





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faxis
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They do. And every time they're a regular cougar.

There's something about the hair that makes it look black to us in shadow.






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UpToPar
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Well my guess is that most game cameras are set up by feeders and the big cats avoid those because they are very spooky cautious animals. Just a guess though.





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faxis
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lol right because apex predators would never go where their prey congregate...





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UpToPar
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How many coyotes you catch on camera?





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tigerO
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no one is saying big black cats do not exist, just that they are not panthers. That animal does not exist, never did. If you see a large black cat for real, it is a jaguar





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