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Shandor: There’s always that chance that George has the capability to kill me. My name is Shandor Larenty and today we’re going to be counting down my top five best things about being an animal trainer. So starting off with number five. One of the best things about being an animal trainer is getting to […]
Erik: What do you find most fulfilling working in game capture? Alayne: It’s probably a little bit of an adrenaline kick, if I’m absolutely honest. It’s something very primal about catching an animal that – particularly an animal that is perfectly capable of killing you. Erik: This is not a squirrel. Alayne: No, it’s not […]
Erik: How did you get your first fully funded lion project and what did that project teach you? Alayne: The project taught me just about everything in a very steep learning curve that I know today. But, I got it at a party, actually. I went down to visit holiday friends at a new conservation […]
>>Bob: I’m Robert Montgomery from the College of Agriculture & Natural Resources at Michigan State University, and this is…>>Tutilo: My name is Tutilo Mudumba, I’m a graduate student in the RECaP Lab.>>Bob: We’re looking for a three legged lion called Butcherman. Won’t you join us? ♫ Come along, Paraa ♫ ♫ Everybody come along, come […]
Shhh Let’s keep it down, guys. Let’s keep it down. She’s going to pull it over. Should we get it? Yes. OK let’s move in. Drive in toward the bushes. So, just had some lionnesses with cubs grab the camera rig. and yeah, we need to try and get it back. Hopefully it’s not damaged. […]
NATURE’s landmark, three-part series concludes. It’s a critical time for new research and cat conservation. This is an age of discovery that’s revolutionizing how we view this amazing superfamily.