Prairie Protection Colorado last week reposted images depicting Franchesca Esplin lifting the carcass of the freshly killed mountain lion, and then showing off her manicured hands completed coated with the animal's blood. The images, along with a short video showing the woman shooting the big cat perched in a snow-covered tree, were all taken during a December hunting trip. Scroll down for video Franchesca 'Franny' Esplin, 28, in December legally harvested this mountain lion in Colorado and posed for grisly pictures Caught red-handed: Shots from the video show the hunter shooting the lion from the top of a tree.
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Fatal Washington Mountain Lion Attack: Isaac Sederbaum, 31, a social science researcher, was treated for his injuries at a nearby hospital and has been released; SJ Brooks, 32, a leader in the local cycling community, especially around advocacy and inclusion initiatives, was killed. While the pair initially scared off the lion using what Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife WDFW police say was correct behavior—yelling, standing their ground, and even hitting it with their bikes—it returned and attacked again, biting Sederbaum. Veterinarians at Washington State University, Pullman, are performing a necropsy on the cougar, which WDFW police hunted down with the help of a contractor. They are trying to determine whether it was ill.
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This young mountain lion was in a presentation by a rehab group. The red object it is chewing on it the handle of its leash. Young mountain lions have spotted coats, but lose that color as they grow older.
Email contributed by Larry W. Here Kitty, Kitty Thank GOD for the plate glass in the door! And, wouldn't this mess up your whole night if you were to take out the trash at the wrong time? These are from a guy out at Watonga, Oklahoma.
So basically the leveling would be Skyrim styled for you, sounds interesting, can't say I would want an action based game myself, I guess it would depend on how the computer plays. As it is right now the computer is brain-dead, I can't imagine how stupid it would be with 3d movement in the mix too. It does intrigue me though, be cool to see how they did it if they do it.