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Wolverine (Gulo gulo)

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( This post was last modified: 12-14-2018, 01:49 PM by Shadow )

Here is a meeting with a wolverine. Man who filmed this saw wolverine approaching with a cat in mouth. When wolverine noticed this man, it dropped a cat and you can see here how things develope. In the end man say in finnish: "How close you dare to come?".




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Rare footage from wwf live camera in Finland from September 2018. Now camera is turned because wolverines there walk more on ice of the lake. Difficult to have luck in live cam, but of course you can check also snow situation in eastern Finland if interested Wink




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(12-31-2018, 02:30 PM)Shadow Wrote: Rare footage from wwf live camera in Finland from September 2018. Now camera is turned because wolverines there walk more on ice of the lake. Difficult to have luck in live cam, but of course you can check also snow situation in eastern Finland if interested Wink




Have you been to the famous place in Finland near the Russian border where you can see both wolves, bears and wolverines? I have a lot of friends who has been there they say it’s a fantastic experience as in Norway we can never see our big carnivores!
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(12-31-2018, 10:26 PM)Pantherinae Wrote:
(12-31-2018, 02:30 PM)Shadow Wrote: Rare footage from wwf live camera in Finland from September 2018. Now camera is turned because wolverines there walk more on ice of the lake. Difficult to have luck in live cam, but of course you can check also snow situation in eastern Finland if interested Wink




Have you been to the famous place in Finland near the Russian border where you can see both wolves, bears and wolverines? I have a lot of friends who has been there they say it’s a fantastic experience as in Norway we can never see our big carnivores!

No, I live in area, where can be often seen moose, deers, foxes, hawks, eagles sometimes and many big birds like swans, cranes etc. Here are also bears, wolves and lynxes, but predators except foxes and birds of prey are quite seldom seen. Of course when walking in the woods, I have chosen to keep certain noise to avoid for instance bear contacts Wink  I don´t carry a gun with me when in the woods, so better to let animals know, that I am there, I think :)
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Short footage showing once again climbing skills of the wolverine.




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I actually remember reading something about the wolves in a being so tough that even Chuck Norris was impressed. Not sure how true that is, but if it is, that's something cool.
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