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« on: July 09, 2015, 02:18:19 am »


Mystery ‘beast’ spotted roaming Plymouth suburbs
A ‘big cat’ has been spotted prowling the Plymouth suburbs with locals wondering what the ‘mystery animal’ could be
         
   
   


A picture of mystery animal taken by Carole Desforges in the garden of her home on the outskirts of Plymouth, Devon
A picture of mystery animal taken by Carole Desforges in the garden of her home on the outskirts of Plymouth, Devon Photo: SWNS Group

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10:57PM BST 02 Jul 2015

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A mystery animal has been spotted prowling in the garden of a house on the outskirts of Plymouth.

Office worker Carole Desforges saw the animal from her living room and managed to get a few snaps of it through the window before it ran off.

Carole, 59, first thought it was just a fox - but having reviewed her pictures she is now not so sure.

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Some friends have suggested it could be a puma, lynx, leopard - or an unknown beast of Plymouth.

But Carole said: " I guess it remains a mystery. I enjoy the speculation about it all.

"I don't know what it is, but people have been suggesting it could be some kind of big cat.

"A puma or a lynx have both been mentioned. I don't know what it is, but I have never seen anything like it before.

"I was in the living room and saw something blurry outside through the living room door.

"I grabbed my phone and took a picture. I originally thought it was a fox but since I shared the photo, people have been having all sorts of ideas."

Her son Dave Desforges added: "Mum might think it's a fox, but I am not convinced."

Latest figures show there have been an estimated 200 big cat sightings in Devon and Cornwall over the last 13 years - which also included a tiger.
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