Minnesota DNR disputes cougar sighting claims
A deer shot north of Duluth that was said to be ravaged by a cougar showed no evidence of a cougar eating it, according to two biologists who conducted a necropsy on the deer carcass.
But the biologists said they did see signs that a large carnivore -- a wolf, dog, bear or possibly a cougar -- possibly grabbed the deer by the throat after it was shot.
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