Adult males are around 2.4 m (7.9 ft) long nose-to-tail and females average 2.05 m (6.7 ft), with overall ranges between 1.5 to 2.75 m (4.9 to 9.0 ft) nose to tail suggested for the species in general. Males typically weigh 53 to 100 kg (115 to 220 lb), averaging 62 kg (137 lb). Females typically weigh between 29 and 64 kg (64 and 141 lb), averaging 42 kg (93 lb).
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Yer they do have predators Every living creature has a predator Even big creatures such as pumas
No. Lions do have extra hair on the end of their tails so it looks bigger, but pumas do not.
Pumas are among the big cat family and are more powerful than coyotes. Coyotes normally eat animals that are below them in the food chain and Pumas are not.
Pumas are considered to be among the big cat family. They live on the mountains, forests, and burrows in Bolivia.
almost all pumas are about 8 feet
Australia does not have pumas. Pumas are found in America.
Yes, pumas (called cougars) do live in Alberta. These big cats are also known as mountain lions and are mainly found in southern and western Canada.
Male puma's can get up to 9 feet long including their tail.(-:
yes pumas are endangered yes pumas are endangered
pumas are the coolest animals in the world, no not tigers or lions, pumas!
No. Pumas have paws.
no pumas canot roar
No, pumas are relatively dangerous.
humansFoxes main enemies are big cats such as pumas and eagles/hawks.
The PUMAS have won two world cups. Pumas are Argentina.
Yes, pumas are vertebrates,
Pumas are mammals they have babies.
pumas are really fast h
Pumas get their food by attacking their prey.
pumas can be if you atacked found out in a book
Pumas are carnivore.
Pumas do not hibernate and the eastern cougar was declared extinct in 2011.
Some pumas live in snowy mountains