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South Dakota Teen Sets Up in Playhouse, Takes Down Goat-Killing Mountain Lion


A teenager near Pringle, South Dakota set on stand in his backyard to cull a young mountain lion after it began to kill his family’s animals. And you thought that a Little Tykes Playhouse was only good for playing in. Enter one fearless teenager from the Mount Rushmore State who took it upon himself to

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Video: How Does a Rifle Buried in a Bug Out Cache for a Year Actually Fair?


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Can you really bury a rifle in a cache for a year? Even casual preppers have probably at least heard suggestions about burying an emergency rifle in a cache for a SHTF scenario. Of course, with that idea comes all sorts of questions. How do you pack it? Will a properly packed rifle really still

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Stalking the Night- Part 1, by Mark B.

I remember as a young man I spent a considerable amount of time hiking, backpacking, and camping in the mountains, usually by myself. Getting away from it all and honing my skills of self-reliance at the same time has always appealed to me. Maybe it is something, on a primal level, relating back to my cave man ancestry.

Senses Go Into Overdrive

It has been my experience that anytime you are completely alone that your awareness and senses go into overdrive, bombarding you with all sorts of new stimuli. At times, this can become overwhelming, and I would be lying if I stated that I have never had the hair on the back of my neck stand up when I was deep in the woods all by myself.

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You Never Know What You’ll Find Swimming in the Gulf of Mexico


Fishing guide ‘Smiley’ Yanez saved a lost raccoon in the bay off the coast of Texas. Captain Ismael Yanez was fishing in the bay somewhere near Rio Hondo, Texas, when he came across an unlikely swimmer that needed a lift. Upon realizing what it was, the incredulous charter captain got the video rolling. A raccoon was swimming

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Graphic: You’re Completely Unprepared for What’s Attached to This Man’s Belly


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A nurse shark attached itself to this man while he was snorkeling and now they have to get it off! Just a heads-up, it’ll look worse before it looks better. This poor guy was minding his own business when this nurse shark took a seriously big bite into his belly! It wouldn’t let go either, so they

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Here’s That Snake Hunting Hot Spot You’ve Been Hearing About


Would you stick your arm shoulder-deep in a hole filled with snakes? This guy did and they just keep coming! Cor Viljoen, a safari guide of Bala-Bala, captured nest full of baby snakes in South Africa. After being contacted by a local farmer to remove the snakes said to be pythons (presumably non-lethal ones), the man scooped them

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