Experts remain skeptical of big cat sightings
The sightings have come from several spots in
One woman believes she saw a black panther mauling seven of her pigs in their fenced enclosure at her home outside Ellettsville.
State wildlife experts say there hasn't been a confirmed report of a big cat in
Officials say they need conclusive evidence -- such as a photo or tracks -- to confirm a sighting as real.
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