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coolest animal you have seen in the wild

Discussion in 'Off-Topic Discussion' started by Leggo, Jan 7, 2013.

  1. Mar 8, 2013 at 5:01 PM
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    Bald eagle high up in a tree in my back yard - took a picture of that one!
    Black bear cub up in a different tree in my back yard - got a picture of that too!

    Do the wild animals on the african safari ride at Disney's animal kingdom, along with those in the center area of the hotel count?
     
  5. Mar 15, 2013 at 12:15 PM
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    no because they are not "wild" in their native habitat
     
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    Here are a few from when I spent a couple weeks in a rain forest in Ecuador.

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    And the largest rodent in the world. the capybara. These things are HUGE!!

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    i have seen bears running around in the woods on more than one occasion. there pretty cool!
     
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    Im an avid archery hunter, so I have seen all sorts of animals (deer, elk, coyotes,wolfs,moose, mtn lion) I've also hunted africa and seen some really cool animals and reptiles. But above all the coolest animal I have seen was a Albino Bull Elk. Totally wild, not in a farm. Could tell he was a younger bull, but totally awesome to see. He was a lone albino, with a group of normal looking cows. This was in Utah, at a secret spot :p

    Another really cool thing I've seen was out bass fishing on my float pontoon. A Giant hawk/eagle of some kind. It was so fast I couldn't ID it but he swooped down and grabbed a decent sized bass about 200ft from me. This was here in St.George utah at Sand Hollow reservoir. I was amazed, but slightly pissed how a bird gets a big catch in a heartbeat but id been fishing for hours without a bite!
     
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    What were you fishing for (if you were out fishing)? Calicos? White sea bass?
     
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    On the golf course I've seen foxes in NY and a bobcat in FL

    Bald Eagles have returned to NY after many years and there are a dozen that live near the lake by my house

    A breeding pair of Peregrine Flacons live on the top of one of the buildings in the city... I've seen one

    A pod of dolphins on my honeymoon
     
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    not really coolest

    but caught a turkey fight in front of my tacoma today

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    That's what the shark WANTS him to do.

    Ask like shark food and become shark food.

    Maintain defenses, but act as if you are still at the top of the food chain.
    SLOWLY descend to the bottom (shark's vision is not good at picking out a target against the darker floor), and cautiously move away.
     
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