Federation University Australia Historical Collection
Report, Grampians Puma
The study into the Grampians Puma was undertaken by John A. Henry to settle the question of the existence of a puma population in the mountains. People who believe they have sighted a puma, or have sighted other evidence, were interviewed.
The study also looked into records relating to the potential of USA army personal leaving a mascot in the grampians.
Also see cat no 14012 - Pumas in the Grampians Mountains: A compelling Case?: An up-dated Report of the Deakin Puma StudyWhite A4 pages laser printed pages related to a study conducted on the possibility of a Grampians Puma (Felis concolor) populations.
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