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Wednesday, October 29, 2014
White Sabre Tooth Tiger in China?
This has to come under the heading of a forlorn hope, yet it is a first sighting with local confirmation confirming the existence of a large cat like creature that should not exist. Just enough to pay attention and yes it may well be gone now. Yet persistence of large carnivores is no longer unexpected in this blog.
They are all intelligent, nocturnal as well and all know better than to ever engage us. Since any wood skilled human could avoid humanity forever if desired, it is no trick for such creature.
Sightings are thus pure luck and until we provide massive vdrone coverage it is going to stay that way.
A WHITE SABRE-TOOTH ALIVE AND WELL AND LIVING IN CHINA?
As recently as May 1994, in the Shennongjia region of China's northwestern Hubei Province, the article's author allegedly spied a giant cat measuring 4-5 m long (and therefore much larger than any normal tiger), with white fur bearing vertical yellow stripes. An extreme white-furred variant of the tiger, known as the snow tiger (click here for a detailed account), does possess only very pale, yellowish stripes (indeed, some specimens bear no or virtually no markings at all), but it does not measure 4-5 m long. Moreover, both the snow tiger variant and the more familiar white tiger variant with brown or dark grey/black stripes have only ever been recorded from the Bengal tiger P. tigris tigris, not from the South China subspecies or any other.