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2011-09-21 21:49:51
Jose Jalapeno...on a steek!
2011-09-21 21:31:58
My little sister married a cougar. Everyone tried to talk her out of it, saying it wan't natural and all, and it wouldn't work, that he was too wild and wouldn't ever settle down and she'd wind up alone or worse, eaten up. Of course she did it anyway and I have to say he's been pretty good to her and they seem real happy. It is kinda weird at Thanksgiving and reunions and such since he still eats his meat raw, and hunkers at the table on all fours instead of sittin in a chair. But he's a good provider, and their oldest boy, Leon, won district in track and is going on to state. He's real fast, and especially good at the high hurdles.
2011-09-21 20:04:21
We have a lot of cougars bordering Vancouver. Once in a while one will show up in someone's backyard or be seen in a park. While on a bus about four years ago, I saw one crouching in a shallow ditch along a busy highway...something you never forget.
2011-09-21 19:06:35
I'm inclined to agree that this isn't the kind of place you'd find a cougar unless it was run up there by something, most likely dogs. Pretty safe bet the phographer didn't chase him up there : )
2011-09-21 18:15:33
What you say about Mr. Derbent may well be true, my friend. However, cougars are native to North America, not Africa, and it's very unlikely one would be seen in that kind of tree under any normal or natural circumstances.
2011-09-21 17:40:52
Suha Derbent is a photographer who travels throughout Africa to do nature photos and does not taking pictures of animals in a zoo! As you can see here, for example:
2011-09-21 15:09:13
This is a cougar that was hauled in a cage to a place where once released some dogs would immediately run it up the nearest tree for a photo shoot. It's a common practice out west and has about as much to do with nature photography as does taking pictures of animals in a zoo.