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PostPosted: Mon Mar 16, 2020 10:51 am 
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Awesome videos!!


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PostPosted: Mon Mar 16, 2020 11:03 am 
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You captured some great footage there. I'm always curious about what are considered predators in North America and their different reactions to the camera. Bears always seem to be curious and will chew on them. Coyotes and wolves seem to be spooked when they encounter them. But the big cats seem to ignore them most of the time.

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Wonderful videos, you did a great job catching them on camera. In response to Jim's question, I've always thought bears were the smartest of our large mammals and showed it by their curiosity; the canids are social animals, which requires a higher level of intelligence; cats come in last since they're solitary and don't need to engage in coordinated hunting strategies. Just one guy's opinion, and other folks who know more may well have other ideas.

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Great Footage of The Big Cats. Thanks for sharing!!!


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OUTSTANDING VIDEO!!! I have a thing for (big) cats, I find their movements fluid and graceful, perfect subjects for videography. The audio track was music to my ears!


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