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The puma (Puma concolor, or Felis concolor) is a type of large cat found in North and South America. It is also known by the regional names of cougar, mountain lion, panther, catamount, and painted cat. The term panther is more commonly associated with the black color variation of the leopard or the jaguar. That said, pumas are genetically closer to leopards than to lions.

The Florida panther is a rare subspecies of puma that lives in the swamps of southern Florida in the United States, especially in the Everglades. There is currently a widespread effort in Florida to try to save the remaining population of the state's native panthers, as their numbers are extremely sparse.

Mountain lions are tawny-colored with black-tipped ears and tail. The mountain lion can run as fast as 30 mph (50 km/h), jump 20 ft (6 m) from a standing position, vertically leap 8 ft (2.5 m), and often weigh more than 150 pounds (70 kg). Their bite strength is more powerful than that of any domestic dog. Mountain lion claws are retractable and they have four toes. Adult males may be more than eight feet long (nose to tail), and weigh about 150 pounds (70 kg). Adult females can be 7 ft (2 m) long and weigh about 75 pounds (35 kg). Mountain lion kittens have brownish-blackish spots and rings on their tails. Their life span is about a decade in the wild and 25 years or more in captivity.

The pumas that live closest to the Equator are the smallest, and increase in size in populations closer to the poles.

Mountain lions normally hunt large mammals, such as deer and elk, but will eat small animals if the need arises. They hunt alone and ambush their prey, often from behind. They usually kill with a bite at the base of the skull to break the neck of their target. The carcass of the kill is usually then buried or partially covered to protect it for several days, while the mountain lion continues to roam and comes back for nourishment as needed.

Attacks on humans are rare, but do occur especially as humans encroach on wildlands and impact the availability of the puma's traditional prey. There were around 100 puma attacks on humans in the USA and Canada during the period from 1890 to January 2004, with 16 fatalities; figures for California were 14 attacks and 6 fatalities.

On January 8, 2004 a puma killed and partly ate a mountain biker in Whiting Ranch Wilderness Park, Orange County, California; what is assumed to be the same animal attacked another mountain biker in the park the following day, but was fought off by other bikers. A young male puma was shot nearby by rangers later in the day.
Phylum: Chordata
Class: mammalia
Order: Carnivora
Family: Felidae
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BBC Nature: Wildfacts
Mountain lion Video. "They are the most widespread of the American cats and have the largest distribution of any western hemisphere mammal".
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Mountain lion resting
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Hinterland Who's Who
Clip of Cougar; file is in zip format; must be downloaded and unzipped before it can be played
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Cougar cubs fighting over milk
Florida panther
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Nice selection of Florida panther video clips available in various formats
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Mountain lion at rest on a hillside
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Mountain lion standing on rocky ledge
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Finley-Holiday Films
Mountain Lion
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A young mountain lion walking on a leash
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