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Every time we look out our bedroom window we look up at this rock up on the top of Castle Mountain in Rocky Mountain National Park. To us, it looks like a Mountain Lion’s head. We can see the eyes, nose and mouth.

So, Phil took a photograph of it to share with you all. Do you ever see animals or shapes when you look at  a rock? Can you see the Mountain Lion in this rock?

 

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4 Responses to “Can You See The Mountain Lion In This Rock On Castle Mountain In RMNP?”

  1. Kathleen says:

    This is odd. At first I thought you were implying that an actual mountain lion WAS on this rock…so I enlarged the photo and yes (??) I thought I saw one resting in the shadowed area. Do u see it? Then I read your postscript. Oh well….

  2. Penni says:

    I found him right away!

  3. scott mercer says:

    Not right away until I looked straight at it. The nose and its left eye then jump out.

  4. Manny says:

    For me, Mel, it looks like a very strange Lizard type with a huge body and with mouth wide opened to devour his prey.

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