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257WBY
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Member since Feb 2014
3031 posts

re: Black Panther in Mississippi
They saw an otter on land.


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glassman
USA Fan
Next to the beer taps at Finn's
Member since Oct 2008
113126 posts

re: Black Panther in Mississippi
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To see a big arse black cat with a long tail... huh. Or just really dark brown fur...


A large feral tom cat can appear very big. Also, shadows and bad eye sight are a factor.


Tecade12
LSU Fan
Member since Oct 2016
186 posts

re: Black Panther in Mississippi
Based on what i just read black panther is obviously wrong to say. It is a mountain lion. That was just dark brown. If thats what my grandparents saw.
But yall would rather troll and talk shite before explaining what makes sense and doesnt. Although my subject title is pretty funny and very wrong but im going to leave it for the trollls.


Itismemc
Jacksonville St. Fan
LA
Member since Nov 2008
4392 posts

re: Black Panther in Mississippi
It'll be a snow leopard tomorrow


Tecade12
LSU Fan
Member since Oct 2016
186 posts

re: Black Panther in Mississippi
Awhh youre so funny. Repeating the same joke 10 other posters have said. Lmao


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No Colors
Ole Miss Fan
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Member since Sep 2010
8428 posts

re: Black Panther in Mississippi
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Tecade12


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Claiborne County



Uhh. Who are your grandparents???
This post was edited on 2/15 at 4:19 pm


Tecade12
LSU Fan
Member since Oct 2016
186 posts

re: Black Panther in Mississippi
Black panthers


Tecade12
LSU Fan
Member since Oct 2016
186 posts

re: Black Panther in Mississippi
What I’ve gathered from the internet in the last 15 minutes: Cougars and mountain lions are relatively the same thing. Panthers are not cougars or mountain lions. Many including myself have used “cougar/mountain lion/panther” to refer to the same animal. Cougars/mountain lions are not ever black.


No Colors
Ole Miss Fan
Locker Room
Member since Sep 2010
8428 posts

re: Black Panther in Mississippi
I'm being serious. And you're being combative and angry. If you want to fight, or call people names, then I can point you to any number of other boards on this site. The OB is somewhat exceptional within the TD community. In that we try to maintain some standards of decency and decorum.


Tecade12
LSU Fan
Member since Oct 2016
186 posts

re: Black Panther in Mississippi
Oh now we want to be serious as i just cleared up the misconceptions that i was clearly unaware of, while majority of the comments are not serious what so ever. But im the one being an ass... smfh.


No Colors
Ole Miss Fan
Locker Room
Member since Sep 2010
8428 posts

re: Black Panther in Mississippi
Lighten up, Francis.


Tecade12
LSU Fan
Member since Oct 2016
186 posts

re: Black Panther in Mississippi
Lol you’re hypocritical.


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Purple Spoon
Duke Fan
Hoth
Member since Feb 2005
14149 posts
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re: Black Panther in Mississippi
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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.



Now post it on FB so it can be shared 150 times.


Tecade12
LSU Fan
Member since Oct 2016
186 posts

re: Black Panther in Mississippi
You better like, comment, and share it.


dietcoke7
LSU Fan
LA
Member since Aug 2007
726 posts

re: Black Panther in Mississippi
Just had a cougar attack near Wiggins, MS.


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HiiO
Louisiana Tech Fan
out amongst it
Member since Dec 2019
39 posts

re: Black Panther in Mississippi
my wife grew up in S Miss, claims they saw some back in the day


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HouseofWaffles
Auburn Fan
Member since Nov 2014
4341 posts

re: Black Panther in Mississippi
Cougar, panther, mountain lion, catamount, no matter what you want to call them, they're all the same.


None of them are black.


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LSUintheNW
LSU Fan
Here and there
Member since Aug 2009
32419 posts

re: Black Panther in Mississippi
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In that we try to maintain some standards of decency and decorum.


STFU hypocrite.


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Cowboyfan89
McNeese State Fan
Member since Sep 2015
9259 posts

re: Black Panther in Mississippi
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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.

Nobody refuses to believe that people see cougars.

People just refuse to believe that people see black panthers...because cougars aren't black, and leopards and jaguars don't occur in Louisiana.


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Tchefuncte Tiger
LSU Fan
Bat'n Rudge
Member since Oct 2004
45798 posts

re: Black Panther in Mississippi
The mayor of Jackson sounds like he may be a Black Panther.


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