Today, the word “fake media” is frequently used in the political sphere.
However, some aspects of animals news—particularly in the Wild West of cultural media—qualify as true false information.
The most recent is related to admitted black lion images that have been linked to numerous Texas and other places. Watch this video to discover the reality behind these images.
Nowhere on the world, much less in the United States of America, is there a species known as “black tiger.”
Melanistic ( black ) leopards and jaguars are the “black panthers” that can be seen in zoos, wildlife shows, and the media. They are not a distinct varieties in and of themselves; rather, they are oddities within these types.
The term “black panther” is not formally applied to any large cats on the planet. The only animals that are eligible are the above jaguars and piebald leopards. Black cougars do n’t exist either.
There is n’t any concrete proof of a black cougar ( mountain lion, puma, panther ) being killed by hunters, mounted by taxidermists, or born at wildlife facilities anywhere in the world, aside from an old grainy black and white photograph from Costa Rica from the 1950s. I have spent more than 20 years thoroughly researching this trend and have not seen any, at least not any.
The large captive population in America would have already displayed flawed if tortoiseshell cougars were the origin of the thousands of black tiger reports. Perhaps an adult cat born in Europe has been confirmed, but melanism is not likely to happen, in my opinion.
Researcher Glenn McDonald told fellow analyst Todd Jurasek about a huge black cat that was mounted in an eatery in his house state of Oklahoma.
He thinks what he discovered was a dark lion that had been given black dye.
” I noticed what appeared to be areas where the dye did n’t take or is wearing off on the hind parts. It unmistakably resembled a lion and lacked the tortoiseshell jaguar or leopard-like spots, he claimed.
McDonald provided two references to taxidermists who have recently created “black bengals” from cougars to demonstrate that it has been done after Todd investigated it and informed his cause.
Although there are dark-colored cats in the wild, I do n’t think there is just one explanation for the “black panther” phenomenon.
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