Re(2): Mountain lion in Ct
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When proof is found, the bar is just raised a little more. They confirmed prints in Western MA in the 1980's and even before. Now, thats not good enough. You need DNA. And when you get that, lo and behold, its someone's escaped pet, or it wandered from South Dakota. There are no breeding populations. Sound familiar? In the 1970's people seeing moose in WMA were told they were "escaped horses", or "unusually dark deer". As time went on, and more were seen, it became "one wandered from the north, there is no breeding population". So Im not sure where we are in this saga, but in VT, they do admit they are around, just "no breeding population". In MA here, they just arent here, all these people are mistaken. (forget the DNA from quabbin). CT says there was just that one that wandered in from South Dakota. They then present alleged DNA from New York, and this story of how it got to CT, through MI and NY. But wait, New York was saying they didnt exist there either, so where did the DNA come from? The old timers in the hills know they are around, and are not the least surprised.

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