Certaines personnes sont encore peu convaincues de l'état sauvage de notre nature canadienne et de nos parcs nationaux. Avec cette vidéo, inutile de dire que le terme « sauvage » prend tout son sens...

Le parc national de Banff a pu étudié grâce à ces images les comportements du cougar qui a capturé un wapiti. L'animal mange la bête méthodiquement, par petite dose. Il repart et revient sans arrêt pour poursuivre son repas.

Une chose est certaine, Parcs Canada a tenu à mentionner en bout de ligne qu'il n'y a pas eu de gaspillage! Le cougar a tout mangé.

EN IMAGES: (Une galerie conçue par nos collègues de l'Ouest canadien

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  • Parks Canada cameras captured a mother cougar feasting on the deer with her young before two larger cats took over the carcass.

  • Cougar in the bush

    Cougar captured by a Waterton Lakes National Park remote camera. (Parks Canada)

  • Cougar at night

    Cougar captured at night by a Waterton Lakes National Park remote camera.

  • Cougar family

    A cougar family is captured by a remote camera as it travels along the main Waterton valley in Waterton Lakes National Park.

  • Cougar family

    A cougar family is captured by a remote camera as it travels along the main Waterton valley in Waterton Lakes National Park.

  • Cougar family

    A cougar family is captured by a remote camera as it travels along the main Waterton valley in Waterton Lakes National Park.

  • Mom and kitten lynx in Banff

  • Mom and kitten lynx in Banff

  • Mom and kitten lynx in Banff

  • Mom and kitten lynx in Banff

  • Mom and kitten lynx in Banff

  • Mom and kitten lynx in Banff

  • Mom and kitten lynx in Banff

  • Mom and kitten lynx in Banff

  • Mom and kitten lynx in Banff

  • Mom and kitten lynx in Banff

  • Mom and kitten lynx in Bannf

  • Mom and kitten lynx in Banff

  • Mom and kitten lynx in Banff

  • Mom and kitten Lynx in Banff

  • Mom and kitten Lynx in Banff