Katherine M.
Science Report
Mr. Castrellon
May 2014
INTRODUCTION
 In this presentation you will learn about a mountain lions’
habitat and range, map of range anatomy, and re...
DIET
This animal’s diet consistence of elk that weigh 800 pounds. It eats
deer, foxes, bighorn sheep, insects, mule deer, ...
HABITAT AND RANGE
 Habitat: Cougars live in mountains, deserts, grass
lands and forests. They prefer to hide in caves and...
MAP OF RANGE
FAMILY LIFE
 Family life: The female lion will not be ready to mate
nor have young until she has established her own
home...
LIFE CYCLE
 The Mountain lions life cycle is cool. It starts of as a
kitten then juvenile growing up to become an adult
t...
ANATOMY
INTERESTING FACTS
 Mountain lion kittens are covered with dark spots that
disappear. A cougar will risk its life to catch...
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  1. 1. Katherine M. Science Report Mr. Castrellon May 2014
  2. 2. INTRODUCTION  In this presentation you will learn about a mountain lions’ habitat and range, map of range anatomy, and read some interesting facts.  This animal’s evolution: The cougar is closely related to smaller felines including the doministic cat then to any sudispeaces of lion.  This animal’s scintiffic name isPumacon color.  This animals Average body size and weight is7 to 9 feet (2.1 to 2.7 meters) long from the tip of their noses to the tip of their tail. Weight is 62 kg on average for an adult male and 42 kg on average for an adult female.
  3. 3. DIET This animal’s diet consistence of elk that weigh 800 pounds. It eats deer, foxes, bighorn sheep, insects, mule deer, white-tailed deer, bull elk, and beavers. They will also consume little animals’ livers, hearts, intestines, and other organs.
  4. 4. HABITAT AND RANGE  Habitat: Cougars live in mountains, deserts, grass lands and forests. They prefer to hide in caves and bushes.  Range: 50 square miles to 500 sq miles.
  5. 5. MAP OF RANGE
  6. 6. FAMILY LIFE  Family life: The female lion will not be ready to mate nor have young until she has established her own home area.
  7. 7. LIFE CYCLE  The Mountain lions life cycle is cool. It starts of as a kitten then juvenile growing up to become an adult then it starts all over. pup juvenile adult
  8. 8. ANATOMY
  9. 9. INTERESTING FACTS  Mountain lion kittens are covered with dark spots that disappear. A cougar will risk its life to catch a large animal. Cougars hunt large elk and big horn sheep. The sharp horns on these animals could easily kill them. The puma has over 40 names in English alone. Mountain lions are also called puma, catamount, panther, housecat, king cat, yellow tiger, and screamer just to name a few.

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