Pair say pu­mas culling badgers


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A FARM­ING cou­ple say pu­mas are re­spon­si­ble for slaugh­ter­ing badgers and sheep deep in a Bri­tish moun­tain range.

Dafydd and Pam Parry claim to have seen the an­i­mals in the hills around their home near Bed­dgel­ert, Gwynedd, in Snow­do­nia.

They have taken plas­ter casts of paw­prints graphic pho­tographs of dead sheep and badgers.

Pam, 67, said that last year she saw “a big black Puma” with “golden eyes and a long tail” sit­ting on rocks watch­ing her feed­ing her horses.

She said: “I heard a hum­ming noise, like a gen­er­a­tor. Then I saw the puma be­hind a tree in the gar­den.

The cou­ple be­lieve the wild an­i­mals have been let loose in Snow­do­nia by their own­ers and that the cur­rent pol­icy of al­low­ing wilder­ness to take over farm­land pro­vides them with the per­fect habi­tat. NAME: Jen Hunter AGE: 46 FROM: Bil­ler­icay OC­CU­PA­TION: Fur­ni­ture

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