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January 11, 2004


Anne Bennett

Several years ago, here in Victoria, on Vancouver Island (BC, Canada) a cougar (large, dangerous, can kill children and even adults) made it all the way into the city and into the underground parking lot of a prominant hotel. It was spotted by someone going into the parking lot, who fortunately did the right thing -- get out, get to a phone. The cougar was successfully tranquilizer - darted and taken back to the woods. True, Victoria is pretty small (especially compared to London) but still, a COUGAR. No one saw in until it was spotted in the parking lot. It walked all the way, quite a few miles of populated terrority.

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