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Big Cat Attacks: Accounts of Big Cat Attacks

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What happens when big cats attack? You will be surprised just how many big cat attacks there have been.

The book is a partial listing (741) of incidents in the U.S. involving captive exotic cats since 1990. The U.S. incidents have resulted in the deaths of 23 humans, 16 adults and 5 children, the additional mauling of 252 more adults and children, 266 escapes, the killing
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Published July 14th 2015 by Big Cat Rescue
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Lydia Larue
Feb 16, 2017 rated it really liked it
I went into this book knowing full well what this book entails. It is a collection of accounts of big cat–lion, tigers, leopard–attacks. The listing of attacks is only a partial listing, and the figure only represents headlines that the Sanctuary was able to track. Unfortunately, there is no agency to keep records of such attacks. Common sense must lead us to assume that the number is much higher than what is reported in the novel.

It is already the middle of February 2017. There have already bee
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Susan Bell
Dec 16, 2018 rated it it was ok
Rather hypocritical

This book does document mostly unbiased accounts of incidents involving big cats in captivity. Included in these accounts are two attacks at Wildlife on Easy Street. These incidents are the ONLY ones in the entire book that that are written in a way that absolves the organization of blame for the attacks. What is NOT included is the fact that Big Cat Rescue WAS Wildlife on Easy Street. Ms. Baskin ran a place where people could pay to interact with wild cats, the same type of p
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