British Wildlife 08.1 October 1996

Through a naturalist’s eyes

"A huge unidentified carnivore at large in the countryside, where it terrorises animals and terrifies people, grabs attention. Headlines are hysterical, television programmes probe in depth, and there may even be serious studies of the mystery animal's identity and habits. Despite the attention, it remains a mystery. A tiny unidentified carnivore, also at large but clearly harmless, hits no headlines and is even more intangible."

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