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Got these pics and story in an E-mail.
Anyone know if they are true??


No lions in Arkansas?????? Check this kitty out!

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This lion was hit between Prescott and Ashfork Arkansas, by a car. Fish and Game had to come and put him down. He charged at the Fish and Game guy in the process. Look at his PAWS!.






 

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Got these pics and story in an E-mail.
Anyone know if they are true??


No lions in Arkansas?????? Check this kitty out!

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This lion was hit between Prescott and Ashfork Arkansas, by a car. Fish and Game had to come and put him down. He charged at the Fish and Game guy in the process. Look at his PAWS!.








I heard it was hit in Prescott, AZ

http://www.dcourier.com/main.asp?SectionID=1&subsectionID=1&articleID=51766

big cat though.

Amazing how stories get changed after a while on the net. :thumb:
 

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I zoomed up and panned around the room....Those are definitely mulie racks and an elk rack in the background. The plaque on the wall in the upper left hand photo is a pronghorn rack that is mounted on a wooden plaque that is fashioned in the shape of the state of Arizona. Although its not concrete evidence, it tends to further substantiate the photo originated in Arizona.

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Another thing too...there is a Prescott and Ashfork in Arizona and a lot of people still get confused that AR is the abreviation for Arkansas, not Arizona. :smack:

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Funny how none of us see these cats. Went to Texas last year and saw the one that was in the area in three days.

I guess the ones here have learned how to cover their tracks cause I'm pretty sure if I saw a track as big as the guys head in the pic I'd know what it was.

I did see some big wood-pecker tracks this fall.
 
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