There are an estimated 30,000 mountain lions in the western United States. One mountain lion subspecies, the Florida panther, is critically endangered with a population of less than 100 individuals.
Yes, pretty much. The young have spots that fade as they grow, and adult male's manes can be any color from black to tawny yellow, but the main tawny body color is always there.
A cougar has a gestation period of 92 days.
No. lions inhabited Europe a few centuries ago but were hunted down to extinction. Lions can be found in only two places in the world right now. In the jungles of Africa where the African Lions live and in the Jungles of India where the Asiatic Lions live. Apart from these two places you cannot find wild lions. However, zoo's worldwide have lion species as well.
No. They are found only in North America, Central and South America.
In recent years, there have been sightings of Pumas in Michigan.
At one time, pumas lived from the mountains to the coast. But they were exterpated in NC. Reports do come on from time to time, especially in the mountains, but officially it is extinct in North Carolina.
No. Mountain lions (also known as cougars or pumas) are only found in the Western Hemisphere, with their range from southern Yukon, Canada of North America south to southern Chile of South America, ranging as far east as the south-west corner of Saskatchewan and Texas, and encompassing most of South America and all of Central America. Cougars are non-existent in the Eastern Hemisphere including Spain.
Bal Thackerey is called Mumbai's lion. He was the head of ShivSena party.
Possum, raccoon, coyote, fox, beaver, otter, mink, muskrat, striped skunk, weasel, spotted skunk, deer, squirrel, rabbit, armadillo, bear, wild hogs, elk, a variety of non-poisonous and poisonous snakes, a lot of migratory birds winter here including but not limited to hawks, owls and eagles, ducks, doves
There are no jaguars in The Jungle Book. There is a black leopard (black panther) named Bagheera, though, and a tiger named Shere Khan.
It's around 50/50.
The population of Texas in 2012 was 25 million people. The populations percent change is extremely high being above the 27 percentile range level.
No animal on earth has as many names as the mountain lion, Felis Concolar. Here is a list of names for this cat.
All above names refer to the same species, Felis Concolar.
No they do not. The mountain lion is a highly adaptive feline, able to withstand the harsh conditions in the Rocky and Andes mountains. The mountain lion does not hibernate and therefore the mountain lions undergo uncompromising winters.
DEPENDS ON WHAT ANIMAL. AN ANIMAL THAT EATS MEATS IS CALLED A CARNIVORE - CARNI MEANING MEAT AND VORE MEANING EATER. CARNIVORES EAT OTHER ANIMALS. SOMETIMES CARNIVORES EAT OTHER CARNIVORES OR HERBIVORES OR OMNIVORES. A HERBIVORE IS A ANIMAL THAT EATS PLANTS OR IN THIS CASE YOU COULD SAY, HERBS. AN OMNIVORE IS AN ANIMAL THAT EATS BOTH PLANTS AND ANIMALS.
A LION EATS A CROW THAT HAS A BROKEN WING.
A CROW EATS A DEAD ZEBRA BUT ENJOYS EATING SOME GRASS OR LEAVES
A ZEBRA ENJOYS EATING FRESH GRASS
HOPE THIS HELPS, charmeia8
Yes, these are the carnivores or secondary consumers. Examples are birds eating worms, cats eating mice, or lions eating buffalo.
Yes, they're two different names for the same animal.
If eastern cougars did not have offspring, they would become extinct. They have one or two at a time.
because alot of people are killing them and shot them in the forest jk i dont know
Pumas were severly persecuted in the 1800's in the east, and the Florida race is the only eastern puma to completely escape extinction.
The Florida panther is a subspecies of the mountain lion, also called puma and cougar. Hunting devastated the eastern populations, til only a handful were left in the swamps of Florida. Inbreeding was becoming a problem, and, with only thirty pumas left in Florida, a decision was made to bring in eight female Texas cougars, another puma subspecies very close genetically to the Florida race. The program worked, and the inbreeding has been stopped, for the most part, and now 80 pumas roam there.
no just the hills (The Torrs)