One of North America’s most contentious species is the cougar.
There is always discussion about the varieties, whether it be their predation on mule deer, whitetails, and another game species, or whether there are breeding groups outside of Texas.
The question of whether black wildcats exist is arguably the biggest one of them all. Over the years, there have been hundreds of reported “black tiger” observations in America. And it’s widely believed that those are dark wildcats. Watch this video to get a deeper understanding of the problem of potential charcoal wildcats.
There has been some chicanery, which is one thing we know about dark wildcats.
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 believes what he discovered to be a black cat that had been dyed dark.
” 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.
A requires has advertised the ability to paint cat mounts black as well.
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Mr. Chester Moore