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Blue Mountains panther

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Blue Mountains panther

The Blue Mountains panther is a name given to sightings of what may be an exotic big cat that have been reported by residents of the Blue Mountains area, west of Sydney, New South Wales, for over a century.[1]

See also

References

  1. ^ "Govt report finds no proof of panther".  

External links

  • Flyer in PDF form from the New South Wales Department of Primary Industries providing advice on recording potential evidence of Australian Big Cats
  • The Sydney Morning HeraldMap of alleged sightings near Sydney from
  • Book about 'black panther' sightings in Australia featuring a chapter on Blue Mountains big cat sightings.
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