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US Emaciated Mountain Lion Killed after Entering Lobby of Colorado Condo

13:28  12 january  2022
13:28  12 january  2022 Source:   newsweek.com

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Colorado Parks and Wildlife made the tough decision to euthanize a mountain lion over the weekend after it demonstrated unusual behavior. In the second sighting, it entered the lobby and Vail police wrote in a Tuesday Facebook post that “officers were able to confine it to a secure area of the hotel in cooperation with property management.” CPW was called in and they tranquilized the mountain lion .

The police department reports that the mountain lion had entered the main lobby area of a condominium , prompting concern. The department responded and was able to confine the animal in a secure space with assistance from property management, at which point the animal was shot with a dart and tranquilized. Upon further investigation, it was determined that the mountain lion was in a poor condition of health and emaciated , which ultimately resulted in the animal being euthanized.

A mountain lion found in the lobby of a condo in Vali, Colorado has been euthanized by parks and wildlife officers after realizing it was "severely emaciated" and in a "poor condition."

The mountain lion that entered a condo lobby was found to be severely emaciated so was euthanized by authorities. © Vail Police Department The mountain lion that entered a condo lobby was found to be severely emaciated so was euthanized by authorities.

In a statement released on Facebook, the Vali Police Department said it responded to two separate sightings of the lion in Lionshead Village, as it wandered around several resort properties.

According to the police department, the mountain lion entered the main lobby of a condominium property where officers were able to confine it to a secure area of the hotel.

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The mountain lion eventually entered a condo where officers were able to confine it to a secure area. “ Colorado Parks and Wildlife officers responded and were able to successfully dart and immobilize the mountain lion ,” a post by the Vail Police Department reads. “Unfortunately, officers discovered the mountain lion was severely emaciated and in poor condition, which likely contributed to its desire to be in close proximity to humans. As a result the animal was euthanized.The Vail Police Department would like to inform guests and residents that this type of behavior from a mountain lion is unusual.

Colorado Parks and Wildlife made the tough decision to euthanize a mountain lion over the weekend after it demonstrated unusual behavior and came into the lobby of a condominium property in the mountains . Our goal is to create a safe and engaging place for users to connect over interests and passions. Residents from the Peninsula to Daly City are on high alert after scores of mountain lion sightings. Maria Cid Medina talked to a woman who described a close encounter with a cougar in her backyard.

Working alongside the hotel's property management, officers were able to successfully dart and immoblize the mountain lion. However, wildlife officials found the mountain lion to be severely emaciated, meaning it was weak, underweight and in "poor condition."

The police department said this could explain the lion's desire to be in close proximity to humans. Because of the lion's condition, the police department said it was then euthanized.

In a statement posted to Facebook, Vali Police Department said: "We would like to inform guests and residents that this type of behavior from a mountain lion is unusual. While mountain lions are native to Eagle County, they are typically elusive and sightings are rare."

Vali Police Department said any wild animal is "unpredictable," and warned guests and residents not to feed, approach or attempt to cage any local wildlife that may be spotted.

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Colorado Parks and Wildlife made the tough decision to euthanize a mountain lion over the weekend after it demonstrated unusual behavior and came into the lobby of a condominium property in the mountains .

The mountain lion eventually entered a condo where officers were able to confine it to a secure area. “ Colorado Parks and Wildlife officers responded and were able to successfully dart and immobilize the mountain lion ,” a post by the Vail Police Department reads. “Unfortunately, officers discovered the mountain lion was severely emaciated and in poor condition, which likely contributed to its desire to be in close proximity to humans. As a result the animal was euthanized.The Vail Police Department would like to inform guests and residents that this type of behavior from a mountain lion is unusual.

According to the Colorado Parks and Wildlife department, mountain lions are generally "calm, quiet and elusive" and attacks on humans are "rare", with fewer than a dozen fatalities in more than 100 years.

Mountain lions that do attack humans are usually young and forced out to hunt on their own, therefore looking for easy prey like pets and small children. However, mountain lions usually kill large animals, such as deer and elk.

Despite sightings being rare, Colorado Parks and Wildlife says the number of mountain lion and human interactions has increased recently, for a variety of reasons. The department said this can be put down to more people moving into lion habitat and an increase in deer populations and density.

There is also a presumed increase in mountain lion numbers, and therefore increased sightings.

People may also come into contact with a mountain lion while using hiking and running trails that are based along the animal's habitat.

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Wildlife officials in Colorado euthanized a mountain lion that entered the main lobby of a condominium building at the base of Vail Ski Resort. The mountain lion entered the condo building, and police were able to confine it in a secure area. Colorado Parks and Wildlife officers shot the mountain lion with a tranquilizer dart before deciding to euthanize the animal. “Unfortunately, officers discovered the mountain lion was severely emaciated and in poor condition, which likely contributed to its desire to be in close proximity to humans,” the Vail Police Department wrote in a

VAIL, Colo. (CBS4) – Colorado Parks and Wildlife made the tough decision to euthanize a mountain lion over the weekend after it demonstrated unusual behavior and came into the lobby of a condominium property in the mountains . In the second sighting, it entered the lobby and Vail police wrote in a Tuesday Facebook post that “officers were able to confine it to a secure area of the hotel in cooperation with property management.” CPW was called in and they tranquilized the mountain lion .

Colorado Parks and Wildlife estimate that the mountain lion population in the state ranges from 3,000 to 7,000. A mountain lion's natural life span is usually around 12 years in the wild.

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