A strand of hair found on a fence following a sheep attack suggests that there may be large predatory cats prowling the British countryside.
The hair, which was black in colour, was found near the site of a sheep attack in Gloucestershire. A DNA test on the hair showed that it belonged to a leopard.
This is not the first time that evidence of large predatory cats has been found in the British countryside. In recent years, there have been a number of reported sightings of panthers, lynxes, and other big cats.
Some people believe that these animals are escaped or released pets, while others believe that they are wild animals that have migrated to the UK from other parts of Europe.
Whatever the case may be, the presence of large predatory cats in the British countryside is a cause for concern. These animals are apex predators and could pose a threat to livestock and even humans.