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What Is It?

Discussion in 'Lifesize Mammals' started by ctracker, Sep 8, 2019.

  1. Shitty pic and all but have to ask...Bobcat or cougar and what do you base your answer/guess on?
     

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  2. I say cougar because it has one solid color and when you compare it to the trees around it, it is too long for a bobcat.
     

  3. Micah Howards

    Micah Howards Active Member

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    I would guess Bobcat. Because it is really small compared to everything around it, and on a cougar you should have seen the tail.
     
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  4. Rausch

    Rausch Well-Known Member

    Bobcat 99% sure. No tail and the tree in the background doesn’t appear very big. Plus the angle of the camera means it’s either smaller or the camera is 10’ up the tree it’s attached to. Zoom in and you can see faint spots on it as well.
     
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  5. Bobcat, no tail visiable, defentley spots on lower back leg. Apears to be white color on back of ears. Bobcat!!!
     
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  6. George

    George The older I get, the better I was.

    Unless those sourwood brush bushes have 18 inch leaves, the cat with no tail is 100% bobcat.
     
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  7. Lance.G

    Lance.G Active Member

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    Bobcat
     
  8. Tanglewood Taxidermy

    Tanglewood Taxidermy Well-Known Member

    Even though it is actually a BLOB CAT, I can see spots all over it. As was said before, no tail. Bobcat is my vote.
     
  9. WLELTD

    WLELTD Active Member

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    bobcat, rock your sceen u can see spots
     
  10. Dave York

    Dave York Well-Known Member

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    Is this one of those pictures you have to stare at for a long time till the image appears?
    Sasquatch for sure.
     
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  11. Tanglewood Taxidermy

    Tanglewood Taxidermy Well-Known Member

    Dave, I think you are wrong about it being a Sasquatch. It's way too clear of a photo to be one. Most Sasquatch photos need red circles and arrows with lengthy explanation and even then all you see is shadows in the leaves and trees and maybe some grass.
     
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