30 Nov '16, 8pm

Kansas wildlife cameras capture strangest creatures of all

Kansas wildlife cameras capture strangest creatures of all

A local police department set up trail cameras to investigate reports of a mountain lion; the photos they got were quite a surprise. Reacting to the possibility of a mountain lion on the loose in Kansas, the Gardner Police Department set up some camera traps to see what was going on. What they got was decidedly more Stanley Kubrick than safari. From the department's Facebook page: "Wildlife concerns: The Gardner Police Department was contacted recently about concern over the possibility of a mountain lion being in the area of Celebration Park. In an effort to determine if there was a possibly dangerous animal in the area we deployed two trail cameras to check for activity in the area. We are glad to report that over the time they were up we did not see a mountain lion." "We were however surprised by some of the images that the cameras did take," they add. Like the followin...

Full article: http://www.treehugger.com/animals/kansas-wildlife-cameras...

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