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  • My ex boyfriend before we made passionate love and thanked god.
  • Yeah..When I was 12, I was TERRIFIED when I had to face my neighbor's 200 lb+ 15 year old kid. HEhe
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  • This past August, I was “face to face” with wild animals a number of times in the American West, Montana and Yellowstone, Wyoming wilderness areas. I acted cautious and prudent, respecting their space. If they moved toward me, I would step back. I had to step off to the side of two mountain trials to let big horn sheep by. I stepped back to allow a herd of mountain goats by. I came “face to face” with black bears twice, slowing walking away from one that was moving toward me and staying on the other side of a big brush pile from one that was eight feet away. I even saw a mother grizzly bear and her four cubs, not twenty feet away – but thankfully, I was in my car that time.
  • All the time, big and small. We have always lived in areas with lots of wildlife like deer and bears and geese and ducks, skunks, racoons, mink, just all sorts of critters. And when you live among them they can get very used to you and are calm. We feed the chipmunks and chickadees out of our hands:-)
  • I live in the woods so we see animals all the time. We see elk eating our hollyhocks and javelina eating the squash. Bear and mountain lions occasionally stir up the community. I would be more afraid of running into someone on the city streets, then a wild animal.
  • yes...................the skunk cocked it's tail and I screamed like a little girl.
  • While on patrol, I had an alarm call in the middle of the night, it was pouring rain, and I stepped out to check the door to the business that was in a darken alley. All of a sudden a pack of wild dogs came bolting down at me from off the hill, and chewed me pretty bad. My clothes looked like I had been ship wrecked!...
  • It was a baby racoon. It just stared at me from the campsite dumpster. It's eyes followed me too. It was cute.
  • Not up close, no I am thankful to say. I'm sure I'd be a little scared or terrified if I was staring at a bear.
  • I have had a bear sniff my face when sleeping outside in my sleeping bag.I new it was just investigating so I turned around and went back to sleep.I have encountered bears before.I have seen wolves,skunks close up,badgers,and raccoons.
  • Yes. I've seen deer, turkey, rabbits, geese, and ducks (real wild ducks, the kind that get scared off if you come withing 10 feet of the water).
  • Yes. A skunk on a beach in Monterey. I ran.
  • I was just reminded that it's time to get Blank's questions back on the front page.
  • yes and we both went on our ways.
  • Yes I have been face to face with many diffrent species of wild animals in sabi sands and Kruger National Park.I'm a game ranger and wildlife photographer.If something like that happens to me I'll just retreat backwards slowly and keep the animal in sight till i'm at a save distance and then aproch by car and do my things I have to do and leave the animal in peace.I have been charged on numerous ocasions but I carry a weapon so i'll first shout at the animal or fire a warning shot in to the ground.If that does not help then I have no choice but to shoot it which never happend to me (touch wood).But in almost 80% of the charges I experienced the animal did not go through with the charges which will happen in most of the cases.
  • We 5 were speeding on a car through a Thick reserve forest route, and a wild tusker was found to be standing on road about 40 feets away. He was brownish in color because of the recent mud shower he had after the bath. Because of the noice of the sudden brake we applied, it got bloody upset and turned towards to head forward. He was making such a scaring noice and shaking his head and facing us. We had to do nothing but to switch of the Head Lamps while we kept the engine run silently. Music n lights in side the car were also stopped immediately. It was 8:30 in the night and it was stark darkness everywhere. We held our breath and waited for atleast 3 minutes and started to raise the engine mildly on stable noice. Then we suddenly blinked the head lamp on a high beam for a fraction of a second and switched it off. We could see him staring us, yet to make a decision. Again after 2-3 minutes we tried it again and it was gone. In no time, we fle the placed. Infact continued the trip, but to find a leopard in the middle of the road. Yet I had a vision just a meter away face to face with it, I couldn't get a picture of it. It ran away while I tried to be close. That was an amazing trip.
  • We 5 were speeding on a car through a Thick reserve forest route, and a wild tusker was found to be standing on road about 40 feets away. He was brownish in color because of the recent mud shower he had after the bath. Because of the noice of the sudden brake we applied, it got bloody upset and turned towards to head forward. He was making such a scaring noice and shaking his head and facing us. We had to do nothing but to switch of the Head Lamps while we kept the engine run silently. Music n lights in side the car were also stopped immediately. It was 8:30 in the night and it was stark darkness everywhere. We held our breath and waited for atleast 3 minutes and started to raise the engine mildly on stable noice. Then we suddenly blinked the head lamp on a high beam for a fraction of a second and switched it off. We could see him staring us, yet to make a decision. Again after 2-3 minutes we tried it again and it was gone. In no time, we fle the placed. Infact continued the trip, but to find a leopard in the middle of the road. Yet I had a vision just a meter away face to face with it, I couldn't get a picture of it. It ran away while I tried to be close.
  • I'm not really sure if this could be considered "wild" but I'll let you judge. I haven't really had a chance to come face to face with very many wild animals, but once when I was on vacation in Orlando, FL, we were going from the breakfast area back to the hotel room and a squirrel started to follow me. I would stop and turn around, and it would wait, and then when I started walking again it would follow. Eventually I turned around completely and knelt down, and the little dude came right up to me and sat about 2 feet away. I broke off a little piece of my donut, and he took it right out of my hand and ran off. It was a really neat experience. :D I once found a young pigeon that had been injured by a dog. It had only just got it's first feathers in. I took it home and healed its wounds, and it eventually grew up into a beautiful adult pigeon. I set it free, but it didn't want to leave, and hung around my house for some time afterward.
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