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Tecade12
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Black Panther in Mississippi
My grandparents just spotted a black panther roaming around their house/shop. They live in Claiborne county. Unfortunately no pics. They tried getting pics of its tracks but the snow was too hard to find any. Personally we always knew there were some but never could confirm. Kinda scary to think I was just deer hunting over there a few weeks ago.


Cubera
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re: Black Panther in Mississippi
You must be bored out of your skull.


Barneyrb
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re: Black Panther in Mississippi
quote:

Tecade12


Are you 12 years old?


ihometiger
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re: Black Panther in Mississippi
Best protection is to get yourself some blue police lights and flash them at night. The Black Panther will leave the area.


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glassman
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re: Black Panther in Mississippi
YES!!!


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Tecade12
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re: Black Panther in Mississippi
Well just saw the other thread of mountain lions in LA... so i assume you and others think my post is a troll or bs or whatever... but its not. I thought it was interesting enough to post. Yall must be the ones bored out of yalls skulls tbh.


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WPsportsman
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re: Black Panther in Mississippi
Not to burst your bubble but,,,no no no they didn’t. Most likely a large tom house cat.


sta4ever
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re: Black Panther in Mississippi
They saw a bear


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LSUlefty
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re: Black Panther in Mississippi
Sure


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Tecade12
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Member since Oct 2016
186 posts

re: Black Panther in Mississippi
El oh el believe what you want baw.


SloaneRanger
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re: Black Panther in Mississippi
Well if they did, it was an escaped exotic such as a leopard or jaguar. No such thing as a black mountain lion.


Piebald Panther
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re: Black Panther in Mississippi
Tell your gramps to be careful around the panther. In my experience with several shades of panther, the black ones seem to bring the worst luck.


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AUCE05
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re: Black Panther in Mississippi
Why you scared? They are all around when I hike in Tennessee.


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Tecade12
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re: Black Panther in Mississippi
Awhh


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1234567k
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re: Black Panther in Mississippi
I saw two eating a roadkill in Homochitta natl forest in 86.
Not black but still panthers.
Still hard to believe even though I saw it myself.


Tecade12
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Member since Oct 2016
186 posts

re: Black Panther in Mississippi
Yeah i had seen one dragging a deer from highway near natchez years ago. Funny how people refuse to believe it. Plenty of info out there to prove it.


glassman
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re: Black Panther in Mississippi
I believe you may have seen a panther. But, Sloane is correct. The pumas/mountain lions do not possess the DNA to have a melanistic possibility.


DownSouthJukin
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High Tide 07
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re: Black Panther in Mississippi
I saw a polar bear in Antarctica


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Tecade12
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Member since Oct 2016
186 posts

re: Black Panther in Mississippi
Yeah im reading that now. Weird though. To see a big arse black cat with a long tail... huh. Or just really dark brown fur...


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