I can remember times when I was a kid that my mother called me an animal. When you get a bunch of boys together, they'll always try to gross out the girls or even each other. Food fights, fist fights and loud, disgusting sounds are common.

One of the first lessons human parents teach their kids not to play with their food. Honestly, I find they teach that so you don't embarrass them when out in public...but, they teach it.

In the animal world, the parents teach their young to chase it, catch it and then they'll just toy with it before killing it to get the nourishment.

Nature is incredible.

BrushBuck Wildlife Tours is a 100% veteran owned company that travels all over the world giving tourists unique opportunities to witness the wildlife. The company was formed in Jackson by veteran sister and brother, Amber and Adam, to give visitors a special memory.

As the company expanded, they've added in tours and trips to not only Yellowstone and Grand Teton National Parks, but also Alaska and Africa. It's a cool set-up with lots of options.

Obviously the more you're out watching the wildlife, the more wild and crazy things you'll see. Being a guide for a company like BrushBuck, you're sure to catch a few things that would make some people creep out.

BrushBuck Guide Cooper Brown was out and caught a coyote playing with a Vole. The coyote tosses the vole around a few times, before gnawing on it and swallowing it whole.

You definitely wouldn't want to be a vole in that situation, but watching the coyote is pretty incredible.

How To Survive An Attack By These 7 Dangerous Wyoming Animals

We know that Wyoming is full of dangerous animals, but do you know what to do when one attacks you? Here is a "just the facts" guide to what to do when 5 of the most dangerous animals in Wyoming attack.

Top 25 Wild Mammals That Call Wyoming Home

Wyoming is home to well over 100 mammal species.

Pictures of the Stunning Popo Agie Wilderness Area in Wyoming

The Popo Agie Wilderness area is part of the Shoshone National Forest and is located in the mountains outside of Lander, Wyoming. The trail shown in this picture is closed to motor vehicles, the only way to see these sites is to ride in on horseback or hike in.