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    More: Interesting, Lion, Felidae, Jaguar, Cougar, Leopard, mountain lions, big cats, Los Angeles  
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2022-07-01 5:17:11 PM  
Not quite as urban, but here's a bobcat with young rabbit passing through the wash next to my place north of Tucson. It's a small suburb area crisscrossed by scores of washes; we have endless wildlife.

I was standing on the edge of my driveway when this guy passed me by, about 15 feet at most. It was walking very slowly with it's prize and stopped to look at me then moved on. Very casual, like it sees humans all the time, which it probably does. I've seen it twice this week, in the late afternoon with rabbits.

The coyotes come out at dusk and I catch them walking around closer to midnight.

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2022-07-01 6:13:52 PM  
We had a mountain lion caught on camera in downtown Denver just a few days ago. Apparently driven by human encroachment to give up hunting for live prey and move on to stealing catalytic converters.
 
2022-07-01 6:16:41 PM  
Nice, subby.
 
2022-07-01 6:18:03 PM  

edmo: Not quite as urban, but here's a bobcat with young rabbit passing through the wash next to my place north of Tucson. It's a small suburb area crisscrossed by scores of washes; we have endless wildlife.

I was standing on the edge of my driveway when this guy passed me by, about 15 feet at most. It was walking very slowly with it's prize and stopped to look at me then moved on. Very casual, like it sees humans all the time, which it probably does. I've seen it twice this week, in the late afternoon with rabbits.

The coyotes come out at dusk and I catch them walking around closer to midnight.

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Coyotes and African Wild Dogs are more fascinating to watch than wolves, I think. Some next level group intelligence going on there comparatively.

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2022-07-01 6:18:10 PM  
Nice one subby.
 
2022-07-01 6:19:03 PM  
Saw a couple of cougars in my neighborhood recently:

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2022-07-01 6:33:23 PM  

skinink: Saw a couple of cougars in my neighborhood recently:

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Damn. I'm so old the cougars look like college girls.
 
2022-07-01 6:47:59 PM  
The monkeys, dogs, and elephants will take care of them.
 
2022-07-01 7:05:55 PM  
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Spotted this guy this twice this week in my yard near Longview WA. He just wanders around like he owns the place. He did not seem surprised to see me. I think he probably watches me all the time.

The interesting thing is the neighbors have chickens they keep in a very flimsy chicken yard, and they don't even put them inside the coop at night. They also have baby goats, completely exposed to predators, and there's goat food and chicken food everywhere. There is nothing stopping the raccoons from raiding the neighbor's chicken and goat pens, except this guy.
 
2022-07-01 7:06:32 PM  
India is one of the few places that has lions, tigers and bears. No lie!
 
2022-07-01 7:25:15 PM  
Subby, you a wizard at headlines. That was a Toto win! I feel like a goldbricker in comparison.
 
2022-07-01 8:50:49 PM  

edmo: skinink: Saw a couple of cougars in my neighborhood recently:

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Damn. I'm so old the cougars look like college girls.


When I was 15, I fantasized about having sex with a 20 yr old woman.....at 59 yrs of age I still have that fantasy
 
2022-07-01 9:15:34 PM  
Lions and Tigers and Bears, Oh My! - "The Wizard of Oz" (1939)
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2022-07-02 2:30:38 PM  
I am moving cats up the list of species likely to supplant humans at the top of the evolution game.
 
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