werecat picture or unknown creature?


Is this is a picture of a possible were-cat?

Is this a real were-cat or not?

Since the photo is soo old, blurry, and in black and white it is a little hard to tell if this is just a weird creature or if it is in fact a werecat.

From the information that I could gather It might just be an extinct species of an animal but I could not find any exact or specific information that confirmed this.

What do you think?

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11 Responses

  1. Bobcat900 says:

    looks like almost like a tasmanian tiger.

  2. @Bobcat900: I’m not sure… but you did a really good job at trying to identify this creature, I looked it up and they look really similar!

  3. Aconissa says:

    It looks a lot like a Thylacine, or Tasmanian Tiger. The surrounding area also looks like Australian bushland, but it all depends on the date of the photograph. If it is before the death of the last Thylacine in captivity, then it could be one, but if it is after, it could be a hoax, though personally I believe they existed in the wild long afterwards.

  4. Darkwolf says:

    It does look like a tazmanian tiger, or as i should say “wolf.” I did a report in 4th grade about them. There were millions of them until the people there hunted them to exctintion because farmers thought they were killing their live-stock. The last one was in a zoo. There have been reports about them in Australia. So, maybe they have secretly been hiding from humans.

  5. Hachina says:

    According to Wikipedia, the last Tasmanian Tiger went extinct in 1936. Sure doesn’t look like photographs from back then. >_>

  6. Hachina says:


    Oh wait. Nevermind that. >< derp

  7. Maribeth Jackson(aka: VampireKitty) says:

    Tasmanian Tiger

  8. tanya says:

    It looks almost like a jackal mixed with a deer it also might be one of those deer,zebra, tapir mixes

  9. she wolf says:

    This is not a were cat! This is somewhat a tiger or something with stripes. No werecats in the wild. She’s my schoolmate.

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