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    "some wild animal"?

    "Maybe some wild animal has killed him."

    Does "some" here mean "unknown," please?

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    Re: "some wild animal"?

    I am not a teacher.

    Yes, almost certainly.

    It could also just be an unspecified wild animal.

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