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Public Domain Picture: I Don't Like This Game Anymore

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I Don't Like This Game Anymore
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I Don't Like This Game Anymore
One in a series of seven photos: The National Elk Refuge's Outdoor Recreation Planner witnessed a spectacular standoff between two juvenile mountain lions and five coyotes. The coyotes let the cats know they weren’t welcome in the area. The mountain lions sought safety on a buck and rail fence for over an hour while the coyotes lurked in the background. One of the mountain lions makes it way down the fenceline and anticipates its next move. The encounter ended with one of the mountain lions slowly making its way down the fence, occasionally dropping to the ground where it was met by lunges and yips by the coyotes. The mountain lion responded with hisses and yowls. Eventually, it ran across the creek on the fence and took off running with the five coyotes in pursuit. The second mountain lion was still hunkered down in the grass under the fence when the Outdoor Recreation Planner called it a night. Credit: Lori Iverson / USFWS This photo series has gone viral! Join the discussion on our Facebook page:
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