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The coat of the cougar is a grayish tan to reddish color with lighter parts on the underside. The tail has a black spot on the end. They make their home anywhere that there is shelter and prey. Generally they prey on deer but also feed on smaller animals if necessary, including domestic animals and livestock. Cougars have even been known to eat insects. Skilled and cunning hunters, cougars stay hidden from their prey until they can pounce with claws out-stretched.

Cougars can also climb with ease and leap over 6 m 20 ft. After killing a large animal, a cougar hides the carcass and eats in the coming days. For the most part, the cougar has no natural enemies and sits atop the food chain. However, they occasionally compete with other predators such as bears and wolves for food. During most of their lives, cougars are solitary creatures.

They interact only to mate, which can happen at any time of year. Females can breed as early as years old and give birth to kittens at a time. They raise the young while the males return to their solitary lifestyles. At around two years old, cougar offspring will leave their mother to start their own life. Some travel far to establish their own territory as cougars need a lot of room to roam.

A healthy cougar in the wild can live to around 10 years of age. In captivity, cougars can live as long as 20 years. Cougars have been long been killed by both sport hunters and farmers protecting their livestock. Other threats to cougar populations include habitat loss and fragmentation and automobile accidents. As a result, the cougar population has significantly decreased. There are still, however, several thousand cougars in the wild, and as a result, they listed as being of least concern on the IUCN Red List.

Although they once ranged widely throughout North and South America, cougars were largely wiped out from the eastern portion of the United States and Canada by European settlers in the s.

There is a small population in Florida, a subspecies known as the Florida panther. A cougar can jump upward 18 feet from a sitting position. They can leap up to 40 feet horizontally. Cougar kits are born with their eyes closed like the domestic cat. Their baby-blue eyes open at around two weeks and change to greenish-yellow in about months. Typical litters have 1 to 6 kittens born after a 3-month pregnancy.

The kittens may remain with the mother into their second year. The only eastern U. The Florida panther, a subspecies, is critically endangered, with an extimated population of to adults and yearlings, a figure that does not include panther kittens. As recently as the s, the Florida panther was close to disappearing, with as few as 20 animals in the wild. There are sporadic reports of cougar sightings in the central and eastern United States, but these reports are rarely confirmed.

Experts suspect that some of the more credible reports may be sightings of escaped "pet" cougars. In part, the report concluded:. We acknowledge that a small number of pumas are occasionally encountered in the wild in eastern North America in the historical range of the listed eastern puma. Based on the best available scientific evidence, we believe these are released or escaped captive animals. Breeding, if it occurs, seems to be extremely rare, and there is no evidence of a persisting population established from released captive animals.

Basically, cougars are roaming animals and can be found in diverse habitats such as the cold woods of Canada, the rain forests of Brazil, the western United States and the vast grassy plains pampas of Argentina. They are very adaptable and can survive in tropical forests, swamps, grasslands, mountain conifer forests, desert scrub, and any location with adequate cover and prey.

Cougars prefer densely forested areas in coastal swamps, rocky cliffs and mountain ranges as their habitat.

Simply seeing a cougar, or signs that a cougar was in the area, is not reason for There are no repellents that have been registered for use on cougars, but the. Mountain lions have powerful limbs and can leap as high as 15 feet and as far as With the exception of humans, the mountain lion has the largest range of any. Mar 30, There's no evidence of a wild cougar attacking a human in Oregon, but there have been a handful of examples of fatal cougar attacks across.