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Crazy Lioness (2 pics)

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Do you have any ideas how the lioness managed to climb so high?

1 Crazy Lioness (2 pics)


2 Crazy Lioness (2 pics)


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№1 Author: raymond.wendt (4 Apr 2011 02:21) Total user comments: 9115


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wow, that's gotta hurt. Unless that's a type of cactus with no needles.
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№2 Author: Maddogz (4 Apr 2011 02:48) Total user comments: 403


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That doesn't look like a lion to me
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№3 Author: noxusrules (4 Apr 2011 04:42) Total user comments: 1052


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№4 Author: bajakev (4 Apr 2011 06:32) Total user comments: 37


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mountain lion....somewhere in the arizona desert......can be chased up the saguaro cactus by javalina (collared peccary)...near-sighted little buggers.... 52
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№5 Author: capt.huffnpuff (4 Apr 2011 07:40) Total user comments: 2801


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raymond.wendt, Saguaro Cacti do indeed have spines. Possibly the puma's fur is too thick to feel them. 02
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№6 Author: jai9313 (4 Apr 2011 12:17) Total user comments: 894


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must be scared by something really scary
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№7 Author: Cacabit (4 Apr 2011 14:41) Total user comments: 819


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It's a puma ,i think.
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№8 Author: joffenbaker (4 Apr 2011 15:08) Total user comments: 4965


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Yeah, it's a Puma, but I didn't see any needles on the cactus, usually on a Saguaro, they are quite visable,.........so..i dunno
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№9 Author: elunicotomas (4 Apr 2011 15:24) Total user comments: 1680


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WTF
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№10 Author: PyroSA (4 Apr 2011 16:07) Total user comments: 75


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Climbing up is the easy part for cats.

Our pet cat climbed onto a neighbour's cactus years ago while presumably fleeing from their dogs.

Found her a day later when they came back home and called us.
After getting her off the cactus we still had to extract a bunch of thorns from her paws.
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№11 Author: 2fuzzy (4 Apr 2011 17:10) Total user comments: 10400


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Cougar, puma, mountain lion or panther are all the same animal.
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№12 Author: GhostChronos (4 Apr 2011 19:01) Total user comments: 2100


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ninja lioness
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№13 Author: Naphia (4 Apr 2011 19:13) Total user comments: 1071


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I think that's a puma, too.

Getting up a saguaro isn't the big problem if it has think enough fur and skin on the paws. But how will it get down? 51
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№14 Author: DocMcCoy (4 Apr 2011 23:19) Total user comments: 6039


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She'll get down.
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№15 Author: HarryPudding (5 Apr 2011 05:10) Total user comments: 984


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maybe there is cookies up there, we will never know 51
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№16 Author: Jewels Vern (5 Apr 2011 05:45) Total user comments: 75


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"The cougar, also known as puma, mountain lion, mountain cat, catamount or panther, depending on the region, is a mammal of the family Felidae, native to the Americas."
wikipedia.com

In areas that have cactuses (mostly Arizona), the cougar often climbs one just for the convenience. The cactus in the picture is saguaro, pronounced "sawaro", which is native to southern Arizona.
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№17 Author: Lu (7 Apr 2011 21:07) Total user comments: 15082


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Nice lookout for breakfast.
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№18 Author: FalcoM (14 Apr 2011 20:32) Total user comments: 8


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more like a cougar
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