Re(1): Sighting in CT this week

The bothersome thing about the track, is that the DEEP has labeled it "canine". There isnt enough detail to label it "canine". The reference object in the picture would seem to make the track 3.5 to 4 inches across. Thats one big canine!! I see no claw marks or anything else that would lead to that, only their "assumption" its canine since there are "no mountain lions in ct". By the way folks, lets not forget there have been two confirmations in Rhode Island. One of them Fish and Wildlife had proclaimed was a bobcat. The evironmental police in Rhode Island looked a bit more thoroughly to the evidence, and concluded that it was impossible for it to be an animal as small as a bobcat. They found prints, a cache, and interviewed numerous credible witnesses that saw the cat, and concluded it was a mountain lion. Clearly the fish and wildlife agencies are predisposed to conclude that these are not mountain lions. Very bad science.

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