So apparently, there are scarier things in the wild than just wild animals. We are not sure what in the world is the animal that was caught riding this wild board. How did it get here, and what is it doing hitching a ride in the middle of a forest?
When looking a little harder, it almost looks like it could be hanging from the tree. Whatever it is and whatever it’s doing, we don’t really need to know, it’s not going to change the fact that it’s by far the creepiest thing we’ve seen so far, and we’ve seen some scary stuff!
Did this trail cam just catch an intimate moment between these two deer or was it a mere lick to clean off some leaves that got stuck on the other deer's ear? Deer are known to groom themselves by licking and cleaning their fur with their tongues. However, it is not common for deer to groom each other as a social behavior.
Deer are generally solitary animals and unlike other mammals, they do not form social bonds or groom each other. This is quite an unusual sight captured on camera. Perhaps these two deer have formed some kind of bond? What else could explain their grooming?
This cougar looks like it's been hitting the gym and now has boulders for shoulders! This trail cam took this footage in Northern Alberta during the summertime. Finding a cougar on a trail cam can be exciting for wildlife enthusiasts or researchers as it provides an opportunity to observe these elusive creatures in their natural habitat.
Cougar sightings are relatively rare, and trail cams can capture images of cougars without disturbing their natural behavior. However, it's essential to remember that cougars are wild animals and can pose a potential danger to humans. So, if you come across a cougar, it's best to give it plenty of space and avoid any sudden movements or loud noises.
A Passel of Wild Hogs
Have you ever heard of a wild hog party? Well, let us tell you, it's a sight to behold! Whoever owns this trail cam was in for a pleasant surprise when they saw the footage from their latest tape. He found a whole passel of wild hogs, grazing close to his backyard.
Most of the time, it's difficult to find this large of a group. So if you're ever out in the woods and hear a bunch of grunting and squealing, don't be afraid. It might just be a passel of wild hogs, quite similar to this, having the time of their lives.
So Who's the Thief?
Possums are often considered "rascals" because of their mischievous and cunning behavior. Here we have proof of that behavior in the form of this picture of them enjoying grapes in someone's garden. It's important to note that these behaviors are natural adaptations that have helped them survive in their changing environment.
Possums are nocturnal animals that are often active at night as we can see, and they have adapted to be very good climbers and scavengers. This little fella probably thought it'd struck a gold mine when it found these grapes on a vine. However, the owner probably wasn't too pleased.