by Duluth News Tribune
July 26, 2011 at 7:00 pm in Duluth News Tribune
The animal’s 1,000-plus-mile trek is the longest confirmed journey for a wild cat. Continue Reading
Tags: Outdoors 4 Comments »
“As they travel east, they can find deer. But they never find the females so they just keep moving,’’ Wydeven said…this is sad!
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Wow, amazing distance this cougar hiked! No wonder you never see a fat cougar — except maybe on Saturday nights, downtown, in the Black Water Lounge…
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Its truely amazing how little the “experts” know about cougars/cats. even when time and time again they are reported sitings, they treat you as if you some sort of nut seeing bigfoot or ufos, i am surprised they let you print this articale, look out for the men in black, to the person who investigated and placed this in paper
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Phill said >”i am surprised they let you print this articale, look out for the men in black, to the person who investigated and placed this in paper”
Time to make yourself a new tin foil hat Phil. I think the one you have now is letting too many mind control waves through.
WHUMP! WHUMP! WHUMP! WHUMP! WHUMP!
It’s a Black Helicopter! RUN PHIL,RUN!
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