Wyoming Game and Fish large carnivore conflict coordinator Brian DeBolt, center, spoke with Riverton Police Department Sgts. Scott Komrs, left, and Charlie Marshall as they responded to reports of a mountain lion on Northpointe Drive in
Riverton. Police spent an hour Wednesday morning looking for the animal, which was first spotted on the corner of North Sixth Street West and West Fremont Avenue before roaming near Jackson School. Photo by Dan Bendtsen #rivertonwy#thatswy#wyoming#mountain#lion#police#news#mountainlion
Hardest part of mounting a mountain lion other than getting the fur direction right? Painting the nose. I've seen so many mountain lion mounts with bright pink noses like domestic cats. Just have to finish the teeth! Headdress for @coffee.and.acrylics !
Oh hey there Taiwan... long time no see! 🏼 So I thought Teapot mountain was called so because tea was grown there (which it is) but I learned today that it's called so because locals thought the mountain peak was shaped like an actual teapot. Well it doesn't look like any teapot I've seen, that's for sure.