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Cougar chased hiker for 6-minutes, ‘I don’t feel like dying today’

A lucky hiker from Utah had the scariest experience of his life as he was chased by an aggressive cougar for six-minutes while out for a run.

“I found what I thought were bobcats on the trail during a run,” 26-year-old Kyle Burgess said. Instead they were cougar cubs, and mom was not please to see him.

Watch the terrifying strategy the cougar aggressively chased him away:

“My adrenaline was pumping so much,” the hiker reflected afterwards,” “It was cool, exciting and then it’s like, ‘What do I do?’” he said.

Cougars are beautiful and dangerous

Burgess was lucky he came across a smart and level-headed big cat. As you can see from the video, this cougar was careful.

In a professional-like manner she saw this hiker off her territory, protecting her kittens, while not putting herself in danger.

Female cougars can weigh up to 64kgs (151lbs) and can reach a top speed of 80kmp (64mph). This allows her to do considerable damage to a human, if she so chose.

Cougars have a diverse ability that has allowed them to thrive in the wild. They are solitary by nature, nocturnal and crepuscular (come out during low-light environment), and eat everything from deers to insects .

Written by Joe Kahlo

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