The circus theory has often been referenced to support the allegation that cougars were responsible for the deaths of around sheep in the Duranillin area in the late s. That year, the Agricultural Protection Board of Western Australia declared that a two-year investigation had failed to find any evidence to suggest that cougars had ever been introduced into south-west Western Australia.
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Jump to Jump to search The premise that there were cougars in Western Australia was widely believed Coufars the s. Another theory is that cougars escaped from a traveling circus that was involved in an accident between Bridgetown and Nannup around There are several theories as to how they were introduced. We recognise the teams who finished first in the regular season and sit atop their respective ladder.
The most popular theory was that United States servicemen brought four cougar kittens to Western Australia during World War II ; they eventually grew too big for captivity Couars were released—two at Fremantle and two at Bunbury. You can view these via the WABL website or by downloading the court plan available below.