A mountain lion was poking around Northwest Liberty School in the Seattle suburbs but got busted by the school’s principal.
Principal Bob Hagin was working in his office at about 6 p.m. when he heard a sound in the “study lab area.” When Hagin investigated he found a mountain lion pawing at the window. Another pane had a lick mark on it, according to a post on the Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation’s Elk Network.
Hagin said he called his wife so he wouldn’t have to walk home alone. While sitting together in a dark classroom they observed two eyes staring at them through a window.
The school’s security cameras caught the lion as it performed its own version of campus surveillance.
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