Are There Wildcats on Britain’s Moors?

Rural legend or reality?

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Dartmoor’s greatest legendary beast is still the Hound of the Baskervilles, closely followed by the rather less romantic Hairy Hand, which drives unsuspecting drivers off the road. But there is a third legend about creatures on the vast tract of wilderness, and this one could be rooted in reality — a hidden population of ‘big cats’.




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