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They're big beautiful and might be in your backyard right now but mountain lions are rarely seen in the wild because -- so elusive.
Until now that is thanks to Nat -- No it's.
And all my years.
Footage that you get is like gold.
Treasure hunt designed.
Joining us now -- Anderson a naturalist and the host of Nat geo wild.
Stocking the mountain lion good to see you Kansas City and it's important folks of -- does some bonding between you guys there's a nice little kinship.
We shouldn't be afraid of these.
Well cats we should definitely be afraid are not afraid disrespect I mean like a person had to says he's -- should be in a while an apartment world all caps have been right.
That's or -- -- big -- week is get people to appreciate these big dogs and cats.
Follow them and try to do something of can go for a day almost everywhere -- -- -- didn't.
And Casey you say that it even though that you know it if they get big teeth and big claws and stuff like that.
The chances are you would be more likely hit by lightning than having one of these things go -- and -- Absolutely not lions cougars you've heard of all -- and -- who was they range from Canada -- into the South America.
They're out there.
There around the living in our -- can be added I don't -- -- and there's -- in your backyard sometimes and they -- and their super elusive hole that they're gonna -- -- the -- -- on an actual events and they do -- act big and tough they're shine -- run away from him so there was a big scare at a school out in my community -- -- -- in Connecticut because a huge mountain -- Well spotted people took photos and their back -- That was a huge and I -- -- Obama so much so so what should people do to keep themselves it.
Just these animals are shot they don't wanna be around people if you see something like this like -- -- -- -- you know bush present yourself as a human and they're gonna go away.
And we shouldn't be afraid of -- these are essential to every ecosystem even Connecticut we need and keep the deer population in check.
These animals are really really important because as if they're moving to Connecticut and other places places east that's because they're getting squeezed out there goes my script again I and that's it is a part of their original range and we squeeze them out another coming back and they need to -- so that's a good -- Get that.
What did you bring to -- I am gonna take these guys hear me yell at him -- they had like twenty foot vertical jumps is that forty foot vertical jump and or bodily they can just keep them anymore -- -- it -- -- -- as the next candidate wanna know is not -- me whenever time Casey go.
This next guy is not a big cat but it is a big cat this is -- Eurasian lynx.
And these guys are so cool they're designed for going to deep snout you look at these ear to answer here there's they don't really know exactly -- may have on but it is a few things.
Like I detecting -- great vibrations.
-- whiskers they they use those in some capacity.
Absolutely but look how awesome this cat -- what's the deal with the short.
Tale I don't know I don't know what I was short -- -- -- -- -- -- short tails and some have long -- like them outlines of a very long tail for balance.
Short -- -- -- long legs definitely did jump.
Burgeoning air everything very frequently I'll have arc and power lines very huge -- and usually is for blocking on top of the -- like assumption.
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