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Discussion in 'Lifesize Mammals' started by DL, Feb 18, 2018.
I guess this is a form of melanism. Some lucky hunter got this.
That thing is sweet!
Wow! Very unique. Beautiful cat for sure.
According to the Hudson Bay Fur Company only a few of these were caught between 1700-1900 and they haven’t heard of one in the last 100 years until this one.
Did a few in my day
Nice color on that one
abundism. Seen it in tigers and zebra before. Pretty rare find
Beautiful cat! Never seen or heard of this before reading this post.
Was lucky enough to see this guy in person at the TX convention last year. Was taken in Grimes county TX. First on ever reported in TX I think.
Looks similar to a silver fox
Wow, That is a beautiful cat.
Looks very much like a much smaller version of a jaglion, which is a hybrid of a black jaguar and a lion.
Would they call that a brindle?
Saw a pic of this cat on a hunting site. Very neat looking indeed.
And is there someone else's photo stuffed?
No, brindle is a color pattern that is most often seen in canines. It creates stripes (sometimes looking like tiger stripes). Dutch shepherds are a good example of a breed that often displays brindle markings.