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Authorities in France cannot yet say what exactly the big cat spotted near Paris is - although they have said it is not a tiger, as had previously been suggested.
Police and soldiers armed with tranquiliser guns have been out looking for the animal, but the search has so far proven fruitless.
ITV News Correspondent Sejal Karia reports:
French police have scaled down a huge tiger hunt near Paris after experts said the animal that prompted the search was probably a large cat or lynx.
Hundreds of emergency service workers, animal trackers and a helicopter were deployed as residents were told to stay indoors amid claims the tiger was on the loose in the area near the Disneyland theme park.
But Eric Hansen - of the national agency for hunting and wild fauna - said the animal was far less dangerous, adding: "People got a big carried away."
French authorities have confirmed the large cat spotted loose on the outskirts of Paris is not a tiger as first thought.
Experts from a nearby big cat reserve now believe it is another big cat such as a lynx.
The animal was caught on camera near a supermarket in Montévrain yesterday, just minutes from Disneyland Paris.
Officers have urged people to continue to take precautions as they try to track down the large creature.
Patrols are continuing in the area and people are advised to avoid wooded areas, and travel by car where possible.