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Wednesday, October 24, 2012


Beauty Of Animal | CougarCougar is a Native American, particularly South America and western North America, and is often known by other names such as mountain lions, pumas and panthers. Cougars can be found mainly in the mountainous regions of Canada and Mexico, but as the name cougar is often used to describe an un-spotted leopards, cougars are also found in Asia and Africa. The cougar is the fourth largest cat in the world behind the lion, tiger and jaguar, cougar cat made ​​the second largest in the United States. The cougar has a length back of the front legs and long body weight.
Cougars prey on large mammals such as deer, elk, wolves and stray and can often go for long periods without food. Cougars are also known for their amazing ability to jump to 30ft. Cougars tend to have between 1 and 4 children, usually during the spring and summer when adult cougars hunt better after a harsh winter. A cougar usually live to about 20 years.
Due to wide range of cougars, cougar known in different places by different names. Until the late 1990s there were considered 32 different species of cougar inhabiting North and South America. Recent studies however, have shown that the DNA of 32 species the majority of cougar too similar. There is therefore only 5 different species of cougar found in the Americas. 
Today the cougar is found only in some parts of Florida in the U.S. Northeast and the range of cougars on the west coast have been dramatically reduced by human intervention. Cougar is most commonly found in the Canadian Rockies and the more mountainous areas of southern Mexico.

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