Into The Puma Triangle
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Pumas are among the Americas’ most elusive predators and have always been considered solitary hunters. Few people know Pumas better than wildlife filmmaker Casey Anderson who has filmed them near Yellowstone National Park. Everything he thought he knew is proved wrong when he journeys to Chile and witnesses behavior never seen before. Guided by Chilean filmmaker René Araneda, they venture into an area known as ‘The Puma Triangle’ in Torres del Paine National Park. Tracking eight pumas as they move together across the Patagonian wilderness, leading the filmmakers to the ultimate prize — a pride of pumas feeding on a kill. What’s caught on camera is not the behavior of the solitary Pumas we thought we knew. Are they watching evolution in action? Many questions remain but ‘Into the Puma Triangle’ reveals it’s time to re-write the text books on Pumas.