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Puma's in Australia

Hey guys

I'm not a hunter, my boyfriend is, I was just browsing the forum for something to do and I came across this rather interesting post.

I live in South Australia and I've not once heard about any type of Big Cat living here.

I watched the you tube link you posted and also had a look at the website you posted the link for also.

I'm curious as to when all of this came about, and what's made everyone think that it's a Puma type creature that's killing the live stock.

Thanks

MissCurious

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Not sure when it came about but wanted to say welcome to BGH

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Thanks

I really know nothing about hunting, was just curious, i've not once heard about any big cats in Australia

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Well this is a good place to learn about hunting. You'll get lots of answers to any questions you ask.

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I'm not so much into hunting myself, my boyfriends a hunter and he loves it so i want to support him, hence why i was having a look here

But thanks heaps =)

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Re Puma's in Australia

Interesting, I was thinking Puma's were extinct.

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fire5179 wrote:

Interesting, I was thinking Puma's were extinct.

If you wanted to you could call it by some of it's other names mountain lion, panther, or catamount.  They are far from being extinct