Gallery description : cougar habitat

Cougar (felis concolor) is a mammal type animal. It usually inhabits forest and mountainous regions. The weight of this animal is about 29kg - 90kg (64lbs - 198lbs) and lives for 10 - 20 years. Human, grizzly bear are dangerous for cougars. See the table below for more information.

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Facts about cougars
NameCougar
ColourTan, black, brown
Weight29kg - 90kg (64lbs - 198lbs)
Average Litter Size3
Top Speed45km/h (30mph)
KingdomAnimalia
LifestyleSolitary
DietCarnivore
Conservation StatusLeast concern
Size (L)1.5m - 2.75m (5ft - 9ft)
ClassMammalia
HabitatForest and mountainous regions
Skin TypeFur
PhylumChordata
GenusPuma
Life Span10 - 20 years
Main PreyDeer, elk, beavers
FamilyFelidae
Distinctive FeaturesPowerful forearms and paws and muscular jaw
PredatorsHuman, grizzly bear
OrderCarnivora
Scientific NameFelis concolor
TypeMammal
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Description Cougar habitat. Cougar | The Biggest Animals Kingdom
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