The cougar is also known as a panther, puma or mountain lion, and it is North America's second largest cat. A panther cannot roar. Instead, this large cat purrs like a domestic house cat, according to Animal Fact Guide. More »

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An interesting fact about cougars is that they are the second largest cat in the New World, with the jaguar being the largest. Cougars can weigh up to 220 pounds. They are also the largest cat that purrs. More »

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Some facts include: islands can be created by volcanic explosions, the largest island in the world is Greenland and Rhode Island is not a true island. The size of islands are constantly changing due to tides of the ocean... More »

Several sources indicate that puma is the Peruvian Incan name for a species of cat indigenous to the Americas, also called cougar, mountain lion, catamount and panther. The actual species name is Puma concolor, and it ap... More »

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Fun facts about lions include that they are the second largest cat species, they live in a pride and lionesses are the best hunters. Lions live for about 12 years and they can run up to 50 mph. Lions have loud roars that... More »

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An interesting fact about cougars is that they are the second largest cat in the New World, with the jaguar being the largest. Cougars can weigh up to 220 pounds. They are also the largest cat that purrs. More »

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The Florida panther is a subspecies of the species that scientists call Puma concolor. These cats are also called cougars, pumas and mountain lions, although the term “Florida panther” is the most common name applied to ... More »

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