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The cougar's primary identifying physical characteristics are a tawny grey-brown or red-brown coat and a long tail.
A fortunate few catch a glimpse of a cougar, or what they think is a cougar. If you are wondering if you have seen a mountain lion...
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Florida panther comeback a success story with many asterisks
Christian Science Monitor | 2010-09-27The population of Florida panthers has increased from 25 adults in 1995 to 100 today thanks to human intervention. But without continued intervention, the species will become extinct.
Mountain lions called integral to the Black Hills
Rapid City Journal | 2010-09-20A New York state wildlife biologist dispelled Saturday what he called some of the myths about the dangers of mountain lions in the Black Hills.
SD Weather Could Be the Cause of Deer Decline
KDLT news NBC | 2010-09-20A biologist says weather patterns, not mountain lions, are responsible for the recent decline in the
number of deer in the Black Hills.
Reports Of Mountain Lions Not Confirmed In Area
Chadrad.com KCSR | 2010-09-21The Chadron Police Department received several reports over the weekend regarding mountain lions in the Chadron area. One report was received of lion tracks on the east edge of town, while another report on the south edge of a sighting.
Larry Lyons: The facts of cougar attacks
Niles Daily Star | 2010-09-15Nearly all attacks on healthy adults are not fatal for they’re able to fight back with the cat eventually giving up.
Mountain lions prey selectively on prion-infected mule deer
Terry Singeltary | 2009-11-03The possibility that predators choose prey selectively based on age or condition has been suggested but rarely tested. We examined whether mountain lions (Puma concolor) selectively prey upon mule deer (Odocoileus hemionus) infected with chronic wasting disease, a prion disease.
Cougar sighted near Snoqualmie Elementary
Valley Record, WA | 2009-09-11Parents of schoolchildren at Snoqualmie Elementary School were warned Thursday afternoon, Sept. 10, of a cougar sighted between Meadowbrook Farm and Centennial Fields in Snoqualmie.
Panther color confounds expert
Andrea Stetson - News-Press Fort Myers, FL | 2009-08-28Mark Lotz has been working with Florida panthers for 15 years, but he's never seen anything like the baby panthers he recently found in Collier County.
Possible wild cat spotted
Julie Arrington - Forsyth News | 2009-08-12Tina Walker was enjoying a quiet Sunday night with her husband when something strange walked through the couple's backyard.
Big cat spotted in Braselton
By Katie Dunn - Times regional staff | 2009-07-29Could a big cat be prowling the town of Braselton? Chad Nichols seems to think so. The Falls of Braselton resident witnessed the unexplainabl....
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