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Big Cats in Victoria 25-Feb-2006 At 9:54:27 PM dan
I have seen the Grampians Puma. Just it's tail mind you. It had a striking resemblance to the tail of the local rock walabies. However it moved horizontally and fast, not in a hopping/skipping motion.

It was clearly a walaby tail (too large for a feral cat). But why did it move horizontally. If I had been a little more sun addled, or had had two more beers, I would assure you all I had seen the Gramians Puma.

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