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Only in Print: Reports of mountain lion sightings on the rise
Jo-Ann Dillow, Lucas Romano, 13, center, and Dillow's son, Jack, 10, claim they saw a mountain lion two weeks ago while dropping Lucas off at his Fremont home. (JASON SCHREIBER)
While the number of possible mountain lion sightings in New Hampshire has increased over the past couple of years, so, too, have reports of bobcats. Wildlife experts said the presence of mountain lions has not been confirmed here and that people often mistake a bobcat for a mountain lion, though bobcats tend to be smaller and have shorter tails.
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