JEFFERSON COUNTY, Colo. (CBS4)– Video captured the attention-grabbing conduct of a few mountain lions roaming round a yard in Jefferson County. It reveals that these probably lethal predators may also act like frequent home cats.
Colorado Parks and Wildlife tweeted out the video that reveals the large cats. Officers say the mountain lions are usually calm, quiet and elusive.
However with extra individuals transferring into mountain lion habitats in Colorado, the wild animals are sometimes curious and testing their environment as they hunt for prey.
Wildlife officers say as a way to scale back mountain lion interactions is to observe some easy actions like making quite a lot of noise if coming and going at instances mountain lions are most energetic from nightfall to daybreak; set up out of doors lighting and ensure to mild areas the place you’d probably stroll; be sure that kids are carefully supervised whereas outdoor and that they keep inside after nightfall and earlier than daybreak.
These cats appear notably within the pool on the property.
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