A fascinating book by Jonathan McGowan explores the impact of large cats on the environment and the politics and cover-ups surrounding their existence.
The book starts with a look at the environmental impact of these animals, specifically their scat. McGowan describes how big cat scats impact the ecology of an area.
He then investigates other scats, including those of dogs, badgers, otters, martens, birds, and fur balls. This leads to a discussion of the concerns around conservation and the risk to humans posed by these animals.
The book then turns to the politics of big cats, looking at the various cover-ups and conspiracies surrounding their existence.
Finally, McGowan looks at the potential future of big cats in the UK and how we can learn to live with them. The British Big Cat Phenomenon is an excellent book for anyone interested in learning more about these fascinating animals and the issues surrounding them.