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Lion seen in field in Essex!

Police have announced they were unable to locate the lion reportedly seen in an Essex field.

 

They are continuing the search however in the hope they can locate the witch and the wardrobe!

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Re: Lion seen in field in Essex!

Police have reported that with further observation, it turns out the lion in Essex is just a snow leopard with a spray tan and hair extensions
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Re: Lion seen in field in Essex!

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Re: Lion seen in field in Essex!

Brilliant jonsie!! ROFL Smiley LOL

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Highly feasable!! Smiley LOL

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Re: Lion seen in field in Essex!

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I wonder how many local people claimed it was their "little-big" cat?!

 

Did someone hear about missing teddy bears??? Smiley Very Happy

 

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This picture answers it for me, a huge Maine Coon called Teddy Bear:

 

Essex lion.jpg

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Re: Lion seen in field in Essex!

macropsia
Anomaly of visual perception in which objects appear larger than they actually are. It may occur as a result of abnormal accommodation (less than required for the fixation distance) or because of various retinal anomalies in which the visual receptors are crowded together, or because of the recent wear of either base-in prisms or a presbyopic correction, etc. Syn. megalopsia.
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Re: Lion seen in field in Essex!

In other words it definitely isn't a lion! Smiley LOL

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Re: Lion seen in field in Essex!

Field mouse !!