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Family dog ​​finds mountain lion under decorating in Colorado house


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The family dog ​​found a mountain lion under the roof of their home in Boulder, Colorado, on Sunday.

Colorado Parks and Wildlife (CPW) and Boulder police Management responded after a family alerted them to the big cat after it was discovered by their dog around 7.30am local time on Sunday morning.

Grain Global Plant Partners and the police found a mountain lion under the roof of a house in central Boulder. Photos posted by Global Grain Plant Partners to Twitter Show the large cat wedged tightly below the surface, and officials rescued the animal while it was subdued.

CPW said that mountain lion It was a male who weighed about 120 pounds, a slightly less weight for a male mountain lion.

CPW estimationThere are between 3,000 and 7,000 mountain lions in Colorado. Much of the state is described as a prime animal country.

Encounters between mountain lions and humans Rare with animals who prefer to avoid people where possible. Attacks are less common.

Josh Rosenau of the Mountain Lion Foundation Tell NEWSWEEK Previously: “What kind of danger to people [from mountain lions] It’s still incredibly rare. Like, comparing the odds of you being struck by lightning on your birthday.”

However, there have been quite a number of mountain lion sightings in Boulder recently. Environmental Partners told KDVR that this is the 18th report of a mountain lion in the city since January 15.

CPW photo of a mountain lion in Boulder
CPW photo of a mountain lion at Boulder House. The animal was found by the family dog ​​under the roof of the house.
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Tyler Asnikar, a CPW Wildlife Officer, who calmed the cat, told KDVR News: “They’ve been spotted a lot in North Boulder. This may or may not have been one of those cats, but increased winter activity is fairly typical as they follow them. Base prey down, especially mule deer that move to lower altitudes this time of year.

“The concentration of the cat around the western edge of the city and this leads to an increase in views and may have resulted in this cat being in the city looking for something to eat.”

Mountain lions hunt a variety of prey including large mammals such as deer and elk, and smaller mammals such as rodents.

Big cats are found throughout the Americas and are vital to hemisphere ecosystems. Mountain lions are believed to be major ‘ecological mediators’ They interact with over 500 different species, believed to be more than any other carnivore.

CPW said in a later post that the animal had been moved for relocation far from Boulder.

A second video posted by CPW on Twitter, can be found here, officials showed a mountain lion was released from a cage in a remote snowy area. A mountain lion attacks the bars of a cage before it takes off in the snow.

CPW photo of a mountain lion in Boulder
Photo of a mountain lion found in Boulder, Colorado, a CPW photo. The animal was calmed down and taken to a remote area away from the city.
Global Grain Plant Partners


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