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    I do believe in conspiracy theories. Something I have always been interested in is animals being in an area they were deemed extinct in. Like wolves in the lower 48 being extinct, yet they turn up there. So you know, that wolves were extinct down here was debunked in the 90's. I remember when bears weren't supposed to be in east Texas, but they are. Even the red Wolfe from Mexico is making a come back and as it turns out, their DNA is all through the coyotes here in my area. I do have to admit, the song dogs around here are pretty big compared to what I have seen elseware. I always assumed it was because they are better living close to humans. My main thing though is big cats, big cats in Texas, and one big cat In particular which is the North American Jaguar.


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    I'm positive they are getting back to their original range.
     
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    We saw a black one come out of the Mangroves for a split second in we hours of the morning in South Florida in 1996. Locals had told us they were there but very rarely actually seen.
     
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    I'm jealous. There is a group here in Houston who go's and tries to confirm if they are in Texas. I thought they already found that they had. I'm thinking of volunteering to do a stretch.
     
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    From what locals told us down there only a few people had seen them over the years. I also saw a teeny tiny tortoise I have yet to identify. It was only about an inch and a half round. Cutest thing I ever saw. It was the extra mini version of the Galápagos tortoise. I didn't have the camera with me to get a picture of it and I didn't want to take any chances on disturbing it any more than I already had so I let it go back into hiding.
     
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    It's the same here and also in Arizona New Mexico and California. I just want to prove they are here. One thing a game warden who worked way ou in west Texas told me, he was a kid and lived In Southern California. He and his father claimed they say one up in a tree pretty close to town. He says he ever would have noticed it if it had not moved its tail.
     
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    A lot of times, when stuff goes extinct here or there. . .

    . . .and if the Aliens think that it can survive in a given area again, they will place it back into that area to see if it will thrive. :71:
     
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    If that's the case,I'm positive they are here. It was the same with Cougars. They were supposed to be extinct here, but they are here. These big cats survive by not being seen. They aren't like coyotes, bears and wolves who will hit all the garbage cans on trash day. They are clever and rarely spotted even in the parts of their range where they are plentiful. I'm hopeing I'll be the guy who spots one and gets a fancy write up.
     

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