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Where Do Cougars Live

Cougar Vs Wolf: Who Would Win?

Cougars and wolves are some of the most powerful predators in North America. They are both large, powerful mammals with sharp claws and teeth, and they both have no natural predators in the wild. But what would happen if these animals were to meet each other in a fight? In a battle of cougar vs. … Read more

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How Does A Cougar Adapt To Its Environment?

You may already know that cougars live in many different regions throughout the Americas, but do you know just how expansive their range really is? Cougars can live in every type of climate, from desert areas to rainforests to frozen wastelands. So, how does a cougar adapt to its environment? What does it need to … Read more

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What Does A Cougar Eat?

You probably know that cougars, like most cats, are meat eaters. But have you ever wondered what their typical diet looks like? What does a cougar eat, and how much does it eat during the day? Can it go for long periods of time without eating? What happens when a cougar’s food sources are scarce? … Read more

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Are Cougars Endangered?

A couple hundred years ago, cougars roamed nearly every corner of North America. Today, though, their domain is much smaller, which may lead you to wonder if their numbers are dwindling. Are cougars endangered, and if so, why? What protective measures are in place to keep them from going extinct? In this article, we’ll answer … Read more

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What To Do If You See A Cougar?

Cougars are large cats who roam much of the western United States and Canada, as well as a small part of Florida. Despite their solitary nature, it’s not uncommon to see cougars out in the wild, or even on your own property. If you’re wondering what to do if you see a cougar, read on.  … Read more

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