You won't see me coming....
Well this one is certainly endangered ..And even more so after its kills some of its captors ..
"Leopards aren't indigenous to Paraguay"That just shows how endangered they are.
Probably just confusing it with a Jaguar. Meh - especially since the Indians now own Jaguar :-)
"Probably just confusing it with a Jaguar. "The Argentian rugby team are called "Los Pumas" because journalists couldn't tell what the Jaguar on their badge was.
Leopards certainly are an endangered species in Paraguay, but they're also an endangered species in Slough. Some might say that that's a pity and we should do something about it...
Oops, missed Ross's first comment making the same point. Must have forgotten to take my twat medication today.
That 'Place of Safety' could have gone better (Chortle)@AE - Don't know about the prevalence of leopards in Slough(or tigers on the Southampton Bypass?) - but many people have believed for decades that Surrey in infested with pumas.They even have their 'own' Blog http://www.surreypuma.blogspot.com/[Mates & I in the local Police spent many happy, peaceful hours in the '70s parked up in pleasant areas of the countryside in response to 'reports' from MoP]
"That 'Place of Safety' could have gone better (Chortle)" Indeed! London social workers have a better success rate... ;)"They even have their 'own' Blog http://www.surreypuma.blogspot.com/"Oooh, one to bookmark for Silly Season fun!
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