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A high level of genetic similarity has been found among North American cougar populations, suggesting they are all fairly recent descendants of a small ancestral group. Culver et al. propose the original North American cougar population was extirpated during the Pleistocene extinctions some 10,000 years ago, when other large mammals, such as Smilodon, also disappeared. North America was then repopulated by South American cougars. [18] It is thought that cougars are women who are between 35 and 55 years of age and are at least 8 years older than their male partners.

Caso, A. & Domínguez, E. F. (2018). "Confirmed presence of jaguar, ocelot and jaguarundi in the Sierra of San Carlos, Mexico". Cat News (68): 31–32. In 2006, the Florida panther was still referred to as a distinct subspecies P. c. coryi in research works. [19] The cougar is a generalist hypercarnivore. It prefers large mammals such as mule deer, white-tailed deer, elk, moose, mountain goat and bighorn sheep. It opportunistically takes smaller prey such as rodents, lagomorphs, smaller carnivores, birds and even domestic animals including pets. [49] The mean weight of cougar vertebrate prey increases with its body weight and is lower in areas closer to the equator. A survey of North America research found 68% of prey items were ungulates, especially deer. Only the Florida panther showed variation, often preferring feral hogs and armadillos. [31] Cougars have been known to prey on introduced gemsbok populations in New Mexico. One individual cougar was recorded as hunting 29 gemsbok, which made up 58% of its recorded kills. Most gemsbok kills were neonates, but some adults were also known to have been taken. [50] Elsewhere in the southwestern United States, they have been recorded to also prey on feral horses in the Great Basin, [51] as well as feral donkeys in the Sonoran and Mojave Deserts. [52] Contreras, E. (2020). "Expertos tras eventual ataque de un puma en Corral: "Es inusual, no buscan enfrentar a los humanos" ". Radio Bío-Bío (in Spanish). Archived from the original on November 1, 2020 . Retrieved December 4, 2020.Alleyne, Richard (August 19, 2010). "The 'Cougar' concept: older women preying on younger men is a myth, claim scientists". The Telegraph.

Werdelin, L.; Yamaguchi, N.; Johnson, W. E. & O'Brien, S. J. (2010). "Phylogeny and evolution of cats (Felidae)". In Macdonald, D. W. & Loveridge, A. J. (eds.). Biology and Conservation of Wild Felids. Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press. pp.59–82. ISBN 978-0-19-923445-5. Archived from the original on September 25, 2018 . Retrieved April 4, 2022. Hudson, W. H. (1892). The Naturalist in La Plata. London: Chapman and Hall Ltd. pp.31–49 . Retrieved February 15, 2018. This, however, is not a full statement of the facts; the puma will not even defend itself against man a b c "Eastern Cougars Declared Extinct—But That Might Not be Bad". Animals. 2018-01-25. Archived from the original on February 27, 2021 . Retrieved 2023-10-23. If she is someone who is known for dating much younger guys ever since she was in college, she can be a cougar before she is 35 or even if her partner is, for example, just 7 years younger. Matthews, John; Matthews, Caitlín (2005). The Element Encyclopedia of Magical Creatures. HarperElement. p.364. ISBN 978-1-4351-1086-1.If you were to find a baby cougar while out hiking, you probably wouldn’t recognize it at first. In fact, you may liken it more to a leopard or cheetah than a mountain lion! a b c Cougar Discussion Group (January 27, 1999). "Utah Cougar Management Plan (Draft)" (PDF). Utah Division of Wildlife Resources. Archived (PDF) from the original on June 16, 2007 . Retrieved May 2, 2007. This increased rear accommodation has been achieved in part by setting the dashboard closer to the engine bay bulkhead and positioned more upright than before, allowing front seat passengers to be seated farther forward. The word cougar is borrowed from the Portuguese çuçuarana, via French; it was originally derived from the Tupi language. A current form in Brazil is suçuarana. [3] In the 17th century, Georg Marcgrave named it cuguacu ara. Marcgrave's rendering was reproduced in 1648 by his associate Willem Piso. Cuguacu ara was then adopted by John Ray in 1693. [4] In 1774, Georges-Louis Leclerc, Comte de Buffon converted cuguacu ara to cuguar, which was later modified to "cougar" in English. [5] [6] In Mexico, it was recorded in the Sierra de San Carlos. [42] In the Yucatán Peninsula, it inhabits secondary and semi- deciduous forests in El Eden Ecological Reserve. [43]

Mountain lion killed in Conn. had walked from S. Dakota. Content.usatoday.com (2011-07-26). Retrieved on 2012-12-29.On November 22, 2013, a cougar was found on a farm near Morrison in Whiteside County, Illinois. An Illinois Department of Natural Resources officer subsequently shot and killed the cougar after determining it posed a risk to the public. [16] Faletti, Dra. Alicia (2013). "Caso Ignacio Terán Luna". Revista Química Viva (in Spanish). 12 (2). ISSN 1666-7948. Archived from the original on February 20, 2018 . Retrieved February 16, 2018.



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