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They -- the most beautiful and captivating creatures on the planet and they can be dangerous.
A few hundred pounds of -- -- pure muscle it is big cat weaken National Geographic takes you closer.
Then you have ever gotten before.
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Lurched out to treat him in -- years dilated eyes -- -- looked -- Pull it out.
Look I've seen before -- got scars.
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Hands in the back yeah.
That man you see right there is Casey Anderson hosts the two.
Stalking them outline and that you -- you demonize you can't think you're you're about six months ago we're talking charged -- crazy stuff I want you to introduce -- audience.
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He's in his -- when I went through this is a Bengal tiger yet with staff about this thing on a perfect world all these animals will be in the wild.
Right now there are more captive tigers and our tires and -- that run -- -- we're trying to do -- big cat weaknesses you know generates and and appreciation for these cats and hopefully people.
Did do you recommend me pending -- Or or should I stay right where they have I think keeping back kid she's got big -- some big -- these -- predators yeah -- actually especially about early to get close until what's really cool about tigers that.
Their stripes are just like a fingerprint.
Each tigers individuals that run that is and they these guys and they range.
All over Asia and different places and you can see -- a very strong fellow at the gate area very bit -- our committee -- here now open and in the jungles.
And others -- a cool athletic creature very elusive very hard to get -- yeah.
Get an estimate so gorgeous and so beautiful okay that's a tiger.
I know -- -- introduces -- -- -- we got in my mind the tigers and lions don't go very well together right so we're gonna do what it tied it got a little little distressed a little transition here Garcia -- -- -- really see you tomorrow at 9 AM one really cool thing about mountain lions these -- -- all the way from Canada.
The tip of South America does that -- and as you may now and he's kept him moving east.
He's admitted to the river that they are I would ask you about that market was how big comedy show about a hundred nobody okay.
And and the -- lines are much smaller holiday guests -- thirty.
They hit thirty -- -- of these other little bit puzzled when they're -- -- They'll be -- just under hunter however.
-- -- and kayak it's cool aid and again these cats are super super elusive.
-- -- they're out in people's -- people even know they exist and that's how they survive these cats are great very adaptable but they need help yeah they're doing what is that.
You know people just out of sight out of mind.
You know you don't see these guys don't want to care about so that's what's so cool Bobby can't we we have -- to -- -- -- there down these animals show the people generate that excitement I think it.
Not like some neighborhoods in California that have problems with mountain lines and and you mentioned -- -- east.
Is that because we're spreading now more are they getting a little more comfortable with.
Well we're in their backyard but what's happening is that they need to -- -- -- their -- is deer and the deer live in our backyard hooked on nearly an -- gardens who had a cast got there and look for the deer Wellemeyer allowed to the relatively ambitious here and he -- like a little Italian fashion your matter -- time.
I won't bite but you might that animal alliance called the biggest capital purchase -- a house cat absolutely gorgeous -- -- -- -- -- -- -- Welcome Casey get luckier I think check it out Phillips talking.
The Mountain Lion with -- Anderson kicks off.
-- she is wild big cat -- Sunday night December 11:8 o'clock eastern time on National Geographic channel.
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