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World Black panther found prowling on rooftops in France

21:35  20 september  2019
21:35  20 september  2019 Source:   news.sky.com

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First there was the Essex lion, now a French panther has been spotted prowling on rooftops in northern France.

Unlike the reports of a lion in Essex, which after an extensive search turned out just to be a plump cat, when the emergency services turned up to investigate the panther - that's exactly what they found.

A vet and firefighters were called to reports of a big cat spotted on top of buildings in the French town of Armentieres, near Lllle, on Wednesday evening.

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The panther could be seen in photos making itself comfortable by perching on the ledge of the building and later pacing outside a closed window.

A safety perimeter was set up before the panther was tranquilised and put into a cage.

Where the panther came from is not yet known, and no reports of an escape from a zoo have yet been reported.

An apparently unworried neighbour told the La Voix du Nord newspaper: "She is beautiful, wonderful to see in real life."

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