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livingalongsidewildlife.com/2015/08/so-you-say-you-saw-black-panther-heres.html

The Alongside Wildlife Foundation Outreach Award recognizes effective and innovative science communicators that go above and beyond to engage and educate non-scientists about wildlife and…

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/North_American_cougar

Like other cougars, it is fast, and can maneuver quite easily and skillfully. Depending on the abundance of prey such as deer, it may share the same prey as the jaguar in Central or North America. Aside from the jaguar, sympatric predators include the grizzly and American black bears. Cougars are known to prey on bear cubs.

emammal.si.edu/north-carolinas-candid-critters/blog/black-panthers-cats...

One of the biggest misconceptions about North Carolina wildlife is the existence of cougars, or black panthers, in our state. The cougar is a big cat known by many names including panther, mountain lion, puma and up to 80 more, but these are all the same species, Puma concolor.

www.livescience.com/27267-pumas.html

Puma, panther, cougar and mountain lion are different names for the same species of big cat that can be found from Canada to the southern tip of South America. ... In North America, however, ...

animalfactguide.com/animal-facts/cougar

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. Inhabiting various ecosystems from mountains to deserts to sea-level, the cougar’s established range includes western North America, a small region in Florida, and most of South America.

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cougar

The cougar (Puma concolor), also commonly known by other names including catamount, mountain lion, panther, and puma, is a large felid of the subfamily Felinae native to the Americas.Its range, from the Canadian Yukon to the southern Andes of South America, is the widest of any large wild terrestrial mammal in the Western Hemisphere.An adaptable, generalist species, the cougar is found in most ...

doubtfulnews.com/2013/07/big-black-cat-caught-on-film-in-louisiana

A jaguarundi is a bit smaller but not known to occur even in Texas on its way north from Central America. They may be dark colored but we are still dealing with an extraordinary claim that it is such an animal. Cougars DO exist in Louisiana with the Department of Fish and Wildlife confirming several sightings. But cougars are NOT melanistic.

retrieverman.net/2012/04/05/black-jaguar-photographed-near-guelph-ontario

This "jaguar" was photographed via camera trap near Guelph, Ontario. No scale is given to figure out how big this cat is, and if it is cougar-sized, the dismissal of this animal's identity as black cougar "because no black cougar has been spotted in North America" is one of the dumbest things I've ever read.

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www.anomalist.com/features/jag.html

Are US 'Black Panthers' Actually Jaguarundi? by Chester Moore, Jr. "Black panthers" exist in the United States. This isn't a theory, hypothesis or hallucination, but a verifiable, undeniable fact. No, science hasn't discovered a new cat species or a population of melanistic (black) cougars to explain alleged "black panther" sightings.