Yorkshire news People mystified by unusual furry animal spotted in UK park PremierLeague-News.Com
PremierLeague-News.Com - After being shared online people were trying to work out what animal it is, with some saying it is 'half-pig half-fox'
PremierLeague-News.Com - Breaking Sport Transfer News ! An unusual animal has caused a stir after being spotted in a northern local park by a walker. A picture has been circulating of the creature, with people trying to guess what it is. 'A fox? A bear? A 'furry pig thing'? A 'half-pig half-fox'? A bush dog?', they said. The people of Heywood in Greater Manchester have been left perplexed, leaving some believe the photograph is simply a wind-up. A resident claimed to have spotted the animal in Queen's Park in the town. John told the Manchester Evening News hat he saw it while out on his daily walk on Wednesday. Read more: Lidl makes plea to Huddersfield residents as it gears up for planning fight The walker posted a photo of the small furry animal onto the Heywood Town Facebook group and asked if anybody knew what it was. Hundreds of suggestions resulted. Danielle said: "Looks like a bear." Denise wrote: "It's a fox." Laura offered an unusual suggestion. "It looks half pig half fox," she said. "It's a racoon dog," Stacey commented.
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. They live in forests and wet savannahs and it would be extremely rare to see one in the UK.
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Play now Chris wrote: "It's a bush dog." Emily said: "Ring RSPCA, it's a bush dog." Jennifer O'Neill said: "Omg it's a bush dog they are awesome they have them at Yorkshire wildlife park. They don't live in the wild here though, should let RSPCA know." But a few people questioned whether the animal was actually spotted in Heywood at all. Adam wrote: "Gullible people." Maxine asked: "Wind up?" Whether the animal was spotted in Heywood or not, it definitely got people talking. The mystery continues... Read next: Yorkshire animal sanctuary faces heartbreaking closure Barnsley to honour Lionness hero and ex chippy staff Beth England Get breaking news by email by signing up to our newsletters Experts called in over mystery hum that is ruining people's lives Halifax woman electrocuted while hoovering her grass has life saved by £30 Puma shoes
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