Mystery Cat of South America.
Variant name: Pamá-yawá (Shuar/Jivaroan), "tapir tiger."
Physical description: Length, 6 feet. Shoulder height, 4 feet. Dark-gray color. Enormous paws.
Behavior: Feeds on the South American tapir (Tapirus terrestris).
Distribution: Sangay National Park, Ecuador.
Significant sighting: Juan Bautista Rivadeneira watched a Pamá-yawá for ten minutes in 1969 on the Río Morona, Ecuador. It emerged from the river and walked along the sandy bank.
Source: Angel Morant Forés, "An Investigation into Some Unidentified Ecuadorian Mammals," October 1999, http:// perso.wanadoo.fr/cryptozoo/expeditions/ ecuador_eng.htm.
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