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Phantom cat: Quiz


Question 1: Phantom cats, also known as Alien Big Cats (ABCs), are large felines, such as jaguars or ________, which have been purported to appear in regions outside their indigenous range.
Gray WolfCoyoteCougarBobcat

Question 2: [21][22] It may have been illegally brought into ________ as a pet and released or allowed to wander in the wild.
FloridaHawaiiUnited StatesAlaska

Question 3:
Phantom cat, Chupacabra and Thylacine are all:
Mysteries Felids NPOV disputes from March 2009 Carnivorous cryptids

Question 4: A fur sample was obtained in 2003 but ________ analysis was inconclusive.

Question 5:
Phantom cat, Vela Incident and Unidentified flying object are all:
Felids Mysteries Carnivorous cryptids NPOV disputes from March 2009

Question 6: Cryptozoology/Big Cats at the ________
Jim BarksdaleTime WarnerLife (magazine)Open Directory Project

Question 7: Sightings, tracks and predation have been reported in a number of countries and states including Britain, ________, New Zealand, Finland, Denmark, Hawaii, and Luxembourg.

Question 8: In the Gippsland region of south-eastern Victoria, the origin of the cats is claimed to be American ________ airmen who brought cougars with them as mascots and released them in the Australian Bush.
Collaboration with the Axis Powers during World War IIWorld War IISecond Sino-Japanese WarSoviet occupations

Question 9: As with other aspects of ________, the study of Phantom Cats is considered by mainstream science to constitute pseudoscience or fringe science.
MothmanBernard HeuvelmansCryptozoologyCryptid

Question 10: The ________ State Government reported in 2003 that it was "more likely than not" that there was a colony of exotic big cats living in the bush near Sydney.
Victoria (Australia)AustraliaQueenslandNew South Wales


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