This is terrifying!!
In a residential neighborhood in Glendale, a person spotted a 125-pound mountain lion!
They called the cops and the California Department of Fish and Wildlife responded immediately.
Several wardens responded to the scene, tranquilized the big cat and moved it into the back of a pickup truck.
Mountain lions are common enough in El Lay and luckily, attacks are rare.
Still, that's pretty terrifying to see a giant beast like this just walking around your area!!
The lion is going to be released back into the wild in the mountains of the Angeles national forest.
Thank goodness no one was hurt, including the mountain lion!
Check out the video (above) to see the sleeping giant get carted off!
Tags: cougar, el lay, forest, glendale, los angeles, mountain lion, scary, shot
This golden eagle refuses to give up!
A eaglet was found by a Utah wildlife volunteer after a dump fire set 5,500 acres of woodlands ablaze.
Officials believed the eaglet was lost but somehow, the golden eagle babe survived
Tags: bird, burned, dump fire, eagle, eaglet, fire, forest, golden eagle, phoenix, sad, utah
The Giant Elephant Shrew is giant (for a shrew) has a nose similar to an elephant's trunk and is a shrew.
What a perfect name! LOLz!
Watch the Giant Elephant Shrew forage for food, build a nest and try and nurse its baby.
Check it out in the above video.
Tags: baby, forest, giant elephant shrew, mammal, natgeo, national geographic, nature