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My cousin took this pic from his porch about 100 yards across the river. North East PA.
He said it's a mountain lion that he's seen a few others as well. Btw, those rocks are about 2 ft by 2 ft big, as I've been there plenty of times through the years.
What's your thoughts? Maybe someone can blow the pic up and verify.
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The picture does nothing to help a person a ID a animal. It could be anything.
 

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Looks like a bobcat or housecat to me.

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If you download the pic and expand it ..it's definitely a cat of some sort. Like I said, those rocks are of decent size.
 

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too hard to tell from that pic fore sure...but looks the most like a red fox pup to me.
 

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If I've seen it once I've seen it a thousand times. People mistakenly identify the lighter summer coat of the chupacabre as a mountain lion.
 

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I see Big Foot
 

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I zoomed in to 300% and I can barely tell its an animal let alone what type of animal it would be. Based on the size relative to the rocks I'd say there is no way its a mountain lion. Could be a bobcat, house cat, a dog, or even a paper bag.
 

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If I've seen it once I've seen it a thousand times. People mistakenly identify the lighter summer coat of the chupacabre as a mountain lion.
Is that the Blood River? LOL
 

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My best bet would be housecat followed by bobcat. Just too hard to tell from that pic if it was a mt lion
 
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