Lynx don’t care, it just takes what it wants

CHLOE

A wild lynx took a stroll through Durango’s Purgatory Resort, surprising skiers and snowboarders on a busy part of the mountain, UPI reported.

Skier Airrick Hix posted the above video, which was later shared by Colorado Parks and Wildlife.

“Spotting one in the wild is definitely special,” the department told UPI. “These cats are typically solitary and are most active during the night.”

After a 20-year reintroduction period, the lynx now have a self-sustaining population in the area.

Read more on UPI.

Multimedia business & healthcare reporter Chloe Aiello can be reached via email at caiello@denverite.com or twitter.com/chlobo_ilo.

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