Are these the remains of a big cat found in the fishing village Cullen in the North East of Scotland?
The corpse was discovered by John Robertson, a builder aged 50, while he was out walking his two dogs with his wife.
Nearby were the bodies of half a dozen mauled and mangled seagulls that appear to have been the beasts last meal before it plummeted to it’s death over a cliff.
John estimated that the beasts tail was about 18 inches long and was shocked by it’s razor sharp teeth.
There have been a number of reported big cat sightings in Moray in the last few years. The latest was on April 16, when Portessie man Bill Paterson saw what he described as a cat-like animal as large as a Labrador, while walking his dog at Rathven Burn.
The corpse is now undergoing DNA tests to determine it’s species.