I heard the sudden rustling of pine needles and a tree branch snapped. When I turned me, it was a big letdown to see that a mountain lion came jagende after me, telling american Travis Kauffman, who earlier this month ended up in a life or death struggle with a deadly mountain lion.
Kauffman were out on a jog in Fort Collins, in the state of Colorado, when he was attacked by what is described as a young mountain lion. The story of how the man fought for his life went around the world, and during a press conference this week opened Kauffman for the first time about the frightening experience.
I stopped, threw my hands in the air, and began to cry. Unfortunately, did not help it. It continued to run and threw himself over me. It went after my face, so I took up his hands to try to block. Then got hold of my arm, before it clawed my face and my neck, " he says.LOVERS: kauffman's girlfriend Annie Bierbouer (to the left), did not believe her boyfriend when he told her what had happened. Photo: Colorado Parks & Wildlife Show more - Ended in a wrestling match
Kauffman says that what first was a fryktrespons suddenly beating about. He had to fight back.
- I realized how close it was to my eyes, and it got a claw in leppa mi. I tried to throw it off me, but we ended up rolling down the south side of the trail. Where we ended in a wrestling match, where I managed to get on top of it, and succeeded in holding the fjelløvens hind legs with my knee so I could not be klort in my lower region.the Mother gave pumaen ass then the attack of her son
at the same time light he desperately around on the ground for something he could hit back with. He tells that he tried to stab fjelløven in the neck with sticks, with no luck. He was, however, turned it in the back of the head several times.
I picked up a stone, but it was heavy and hard to turn with. I tried to turn the beast a couple of times in the head, but it was difficult to turn while the arm was still locked in the cat's jaw.Had to run back
He tells us that he succeeded to turn himself around so that he could get a foot on the neck of the animal. After what he estimated was three minutes, stopped kattedyret to move, his jaw opened, and he managed to get away.VILTKAMERA: Police in Kansas, the united STATES, received a message about a possible puma in the area around the site ""Gardner"". When the police set up viltkamera appeared there is no Puma up, but some other strange creatures. Video: Storyful/Facebook/Gardner Police Department Show more
With ugly wounds after the fierce battle ran Kauffman from the site. He tells that he was afraid that the young fjelløven had a mother in the area that would complete the attack.
After having run for several kilometres on the way back towards town, hit Kauffman other hikers that got him transported to the hospital.not believed
his Girlfriend, Annie Bierbouer, put in a jobbmøte when he tried to call to tell about the attack. She says that she has not picked up the phone when Kauffman called. But then he followed up with a text message, jumped her out of the chair.
She thought certainly not that it was possible, " says Kauffman.- SHOULD be placed: Zoologist Petter Bøckman thinks cats are a big problem for the Norwegian fauna. He actually believes that we should rid ourselves with the pets our. It's heavy to swallow for the product code journalist Trude Lorentzen, who also is yet for Astrid (4). Read the full story about the psychopathic monsters, we think like us: https://www.dagbladet.no/magasinet/slik... Show more
the Area Kauffman was attacked in the was closed in a week, while the local authorities inspected the area and omplasserte other fjelløver. Investigations of the dead fjelløven also confirmed kauffman's history, according to local authorities.
We feel that it was extremely luck that it was a young mountain lion that attacked a talented runner. Otherwise we could have been on a completely different press conference, " says Mark Leslie at Colorado Parks and Wildlife Management.
- There is talk about a predator that goes in the ambush. They are trained to kill quickly when it is possible, he added.
In just under 20 people have been killed by fjelløver in North America over the past 100 years, informs the local authorities in Colorado.Cyclists attacked by a puma near Seattle – one of them died