We recently put up a story about a large mystery cat that has been stalking New Zealand, despite the fact that this island nation has no panthers, lions, tigers, leopards or wolves (except in zoos). Now there are mysterious sonic booms taking place over the same area! These booms, which are happening all over the world, could be a sign of global warming.
When people first heard the booming sound, many of them thought it was an earthquake because they also experienced a shaking sensation. One witness saw a meteorite streaking across the sky, which is an alternative explanation, besides deep ocean methane explosions, for the noise, which broke the sound barrier.
We don't know what the boom could have to do with the mystery cat, unless the world is a much stranger place than we?ve been taught to believe.
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