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Neue Hinweise auf Java-Tiger?

Kryptozoologie-NewslogoDie Taiwan News und andere Online-Zeitungen berichten, dass die Medien in Java derzeit erneut Hinweise auf Java-Tiger im Meru Betiri Nationalpark hätten. Der dortige Direktor Bambang Darmadja und sein Team fanden Hinweise in Form von Pfoten- und Krallenabdrücken einer "Großkatze" sowie Kotproben. Ob es sich hierbei tatsächlich um Tiger oder doch "nur" Java-Leoparden handelte, wird aus der Presse bzw. den Aussagen Darmadjas nicht deutlich. Ende des Monats wolle man Kamerafallen aufstellen, denn Darmadja ist optimistisch was die Frage nach der Existenz von Java-Tigern im Park angeht.

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