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  • 1. COUGAR/MOUNTAIN LION AlessandraV. Science report Mr. Castrellon May 2014
  • 2. Introduction This presentation is going to be about the couger.The couger is related to the feline family. Also the mountain lion’s scientific name is called Puma concoler. Here in this Power Point you’ll learn how the mountain lion lives, what they eat, where they live and family life. I hope you enjoy my slides!
  • 3. Family Life When couger kittens are born they are born blind with large spots on their fur and dark colored rings around the kittens’ tail. The spots and rings start to disappear when the kittens are six months old. When they are old enough they go seek out a mate, except for couger mothers with kittens.
  • 4. Life cycle kitten juvenileadult
  • 5. Diet Cougers eat blacktailed deer, mule deer and rabbits as well as big horn sheep, raccoon and porcupine. They might even eat cats and dogs from farms.They all will eat large insects, white bald deers, birds and moose are also part of their diet.
  • 6. Habbitat Cougers use steep canyons rock outcroppings and boulders or vegetarian such as dense brush and forest to remain hidden while hunting. Cougers live deep in the forest or in dens underground where it’s safe and warm. Cougers can adapt to almost any area.
  • 7. Map of range
  • 8. Range Cougers live in North, South and Central America.
  • 9. Body size and weight Male cougers weigh up to 200 pounds and female cougers weigh up to 120 pounds.They can be as long as 6 feet
  • 10. Anatomy