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Hikers have issued a warning after a “terrifying” mysterious object was found hanging from a tree, sparking fears it could be a giant bat or a nest

HIKERS have been told to “stay safe” after a “terrible” mysterious object was found hanging from a tree.

Startled locals in Stourbridge in the West Midlands fear the 10-inch gray object is either a giant bat or a nest hanging from a branch.

A "frightening" A mysterious object was found hanging from a tree

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A ‘terrible’ mysterious object has been found hanging from a treePhoto credit: Facebook / Emily JC

But other keen-eyed viewers have claimed it’s a Chinese honey locust – a plant not native to the UK.

Concerned locals have even claimed it’s a cat trapped in a sack.

Resident Emily JC spotted the object hanging from a tree in her back garden and took to Facebook to share her confusion.

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She wrote: “Any idea what this is Stourbridgegians? Hanging from a tree in the garden.”

Commenting on the Facebook group post, Anne Steele wrote, “We think it’s a cat in a bag, you can see her face halfway up the bag, her hind legs pushing into the bag.”

The Sun has contacted the RSPCA.

Some of the less sinister suggestions included a bat, a squirrel, and even tights.

Emily later added, “It’s not a bat. It’s kind of a nest.”

Another viewer added: “Oh my god this is scary. Please be on the safe side guys.”

John Cahill suggested that the sac was the pod of a Chinese honey locust.

The fruit is produced in Northeast, Midwest and Middle East of China.

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Bobby Allyn

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