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twistedsifter.com/2010/09/top-ten-cougar-facts

An exceptional vertical leap of 5.4 m (18 ft) is reported for the cougar. Horizontal jumping capability from standing position is suggested anywhere from 6 to 12 m (20 to 40 ft). Photograph by benjamin444. 10. The cougar can run as fast as 55 to 72 km/h (35 to 45 mi/h), but is best adapted for short, powerful sprints rather than long chases.

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watch this cougar leap from rock to rock. Taking A Nap With Loving Female Cheetah - Cat Cuddles & falls Asleep In Man's Arms -Needs Baby Binky - Duration: 7:21. Dolph C. Volker 8,818,742 views

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they can jump 7 to 8 feet. this is not an accurate description of the amazing feats of the cougar. Cougars ( Puma concolor ) are amazing at jumping (also known as leaping or pouncing) as they can ...

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mountain_lion

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 ...

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Cougar droppings are generally cylindrical in shape, segmented, and blunt at one or both ends. An average dropping measures 4 to 6 inches long by 1 to 1½ inches in diameter. The size of the dropping may indicate the size of the cougar. Daybed sites . A cougar’s daybed is used for rest, protection from the weather, and to raise young.

animalstime.com/mountain-lion-facts-kids-mountain-lion-habitat-diet

Here are the most fascinating mountain lion facts for kids including its habitat, diet, and reproduction. The mountain lion (Puma concolor) is commonly recognized as cougar, puma, and panther. The mountain lion is the member of Felidae family and is endemic to the America.

bigcatrescue.org/cougar-facts

The cougar is extremely agile and has great jumping power and may leap from the ground up to a height of 18 feet into a tree. It is a good swimmer but prefers not to enter the water. Sight is its most acute sense with a good sense of hearing, but is thought to have a poorly developed sense of smell.

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www.theepochtimes.com/duo-comes-eye-to-eye-with-cougar...

Hiking Duo Comes Eye-to-Eye With Cougar Overhead Within Pouncing Distance. By ... Vonderheide knew cougar attacks were rare, but he was still cautious, hoping the lion had taken off into the ...

www.animalwised.com/the-10-highest-jumping-animals-in-the...

The family of froghoppers (Cercopoidea), known in their nymph stage as spittlebugs, are peculiarly-colored insects known for jumping 70 cm (27.5 in) high - about 100 their body length!. Although froghoppers are relatively heavy to be able to perform this feat, they make use of all of their bodily strength in each jump, making them one of the highest-jumping animals in the world.