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    A friend's camp has been mysteriously low on deer this year. Several weeks ago, this animal chased a doe off one of their bait piles. The tail certainly looks like a cougar's. Pic was taken in Irondale Ontario. Thoughts?

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    Looks like a bushy canine tail...not a long slender cat tail. I say coyote or wolf.

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    It's a sasquatch. There is no cougar in Ontario mnr has said so, and they won't lie to us.
    Amazing how fast this came from Facebook
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    Quote Originally Posted by Fishy Wishy View Post
    Looks like a bushy canine tail...not a long slender cat tail. I say coyote or wolf.
    Cougar tails are actually relatively thick. cougar_lindab-538x354.jpg

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    Quote Originally Posted by topher View Post
    It's a sasquatch. There is no cougar in Ontario mnr has said so, and they won't lie to us.
    Amazing how fast this came from Facebook
    MNR has not been too Filthy Mcnastys in Oakville on Fridays!!!!( Cougar Night!)

    I say canine too.
    Last edited by pdhenderson; November 11th, 2014 at 10:41 PM. Reason: to be innappropriate
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    Quote Originally Posted by pdhenderson View Post
    MNR has not been too Filthy Mcnastys in Oakville on Fridays!!!!( Cougar Night!)

    I say canine too.
    Well I won't believe there's costs until I see this.
    Of course I could be in Bradford...
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    Quote Originally Posted by topher View Post
    Well I won't believe there's costs until I see this.
    Of course I could be in Bradford...
    Bradford? I heard they are called Wolverines there!!
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    could be a cat, I enchanced the photo

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    Coyote! when you zoom in on it you can see long snout
    Hope for the best, prepare for the worst!

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    Could be cat. Mnr has skirted the issue but occasionally accepts cougars are present. A couple of years ago a friend watched a cougar walk through a river in front of him while he was on a canoe trip. He was NE of the Sault. He said it was bigger than him and had a long tail. Definitely was a cougar.
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