This trail cam captured this mountain lion about to pounce on a boar. Can a mountain lion take down a wild boar? We’re really curious cause boars are some of the toughest beasts in the woods so we wouldn’t be surprised if this boar managed to get away. Then again, so are lions!
Apparently, this trail cam was set up in Florida, which must mean that this mountain lion is actually a Florida panther. What a stunning bit of luck! Florida panthers are critically endangered, they say there are approximately only 160 panthers left in the world, which only makes this shot that much cooler.
Aren't moose such interesting creatures to study and observe? With their distinctive antlers that can span over 6 feet across and their incredible size, moose are the largest species of the deer family and one of the largest land mammals in North America. What a treat to capture them on camera.
What's even better is that we get to see them in their natural habitat. They probably have no idea that there's a camera taking photos of them, they're just roaming through the woods. They're usually solitary animals so seeing them together like this could mean that it could be mating season.
The owner of this trail cam suggested that the white object hanging in the air is actually being held by a much taller black animal. The picture isn't clear enough to see what it really is so we're just guessing here but it could be a black bear that stands at around 7 ft tall.
By the looks of it, the white object could be a coyote or a small antelope. Whatever it is, is clearly holding onto the smaller animal and the figure in question is completely black. Even for a bear, this would be pretty big and might allude to the suspicions about Bigfoot.
Could this deer be dancing? At first, we thought our eyes were playing tricks on us. But no, it was definitely a deer busting some serious moves. It's like this deer is in its own world, completely oblivious to everything around it. So there you have it, folks, deers enjoying dancing on their own.
Out of all the animals, we wouldn't imagine deer dancing, maybe birds, but not antelope. Next time you happen to take a hike in the woods, you could enjoy a perfectly normal stroll in nature or you could end up facing a dancing deer. Crazier things have happened, after all!
Apparently, this otter took his little fish snack in front of the camera. How cute is he? River otters typically feed on fish such as trout, salmon, and catfish, as well as crayfish, crabs, and other small aquatic animals. As we can see here, this otter has sharp teeth for grasping and tearing his prey.
The person who took this photo was probably super excited by it. Otters are fascinating critters and they play an essential role in maintaining the health and balance of aquatic ecosystems. It cannot get any cooler than this little dude feasting on his food right in front of the camera.