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Police tried to a capture mountain lion on camera, but it got real weird instead

Mashable Wednesday, 30 November 2016 ()
There are some people with too much free time out there, but we're thankful for it.

The folks at the Gardner Police Department in Kansas were only trying to help local residents with finding a suspected mountain lion that had been spotted in the area, according to its Facebook post on Monday.

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News video: Police Set Up Camera in Woods, Get More Than Bargained For

Police Set Up Camera in Woods, Get More Than Bargained For 00:44

Hello. This is a photo of a skunk in Gardner, Kansas, captured on a remote camera set up to investigate reports of a mountain lion in the area. But after deploying two trail cameras, Gardner police said they found no mountain lion, just the typical forest dwellers. For their part, Gardner police said...

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