Video: Cougars Pass By a Trail Camera

Cougars Passing By Trail Camera

During the 2017 annual winter study, researchers with the Yellowstone Cougar Project caught this footage (on a remote camera) of two cougars passing by. Keep watching to see one more little surprise jump into the scene.

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