What is a eastern puma get its water source from?
The Cougar or Puma (P. concolor) enjoys a wide variety of names, particularly in the US, but all of them refer to the same species of cat. The Eastern Puma or Eastern Cougar is a name-concept given to cougars that may live in the mountains and forests of the eastern parts of the United States and possibly Canada. The Eastern Puma, as such, is somewhat cryptozoological, as there is some debate as to whether any…
There are zero eastern cougars left. Not really true. Recent DNA evidence suggests the Florida panther is really a remnant population of the eastern cougar. The eastern cougar (Puma concolor couguar) is a different subspecies from the Florida panther (Puma concolor coryi) although this is debated by some scientists.
The jaguarundi is the closest Puma relative; however, there are currently 6 recognized subspecies of Puma concolor: P. c. cougar: North America P. c. costaricensis: Central America P. c. capricornensis: eastern South America P. c. concolor: northern South America P. c. cabrerae: central South America P. c. puma: southern South America.
puma is a very effective logo because with this logos uniqueness it is easily recognized and also cause of its simplicity. the puma logo is easily recognized because the logo itself is an animal called a puma or also known as a cougar also th elogo of puma with the actual word puma in it is good as well cause it is obvious it is puma if it says puma