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The cougar is considered an extirpated species in Pennsylvania. The last known Pennsylvania native cougar was killed in Berks County in 1874.There have been frequent reported sightings of cougars throughout the state, however most cases have been disproven based on examination of tracks, photos or other physical evidence.

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The Pennsylvania Game Commission has no evidence of wild, breeding populations of large cats in Pennsylvania to date.