Cougars, also known as pumas, mountain lions and catamounts, are carnivores and eat exclusively meat. Their exact diet depends on the part of the world and the terrain in which they live. More »

Also known as catamounts, mountain lions and pumas, cougars are powerful hunters with no natural predators. However, the cats do compete with bears, wolves and other predators for food. More »

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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 »

www.reference.com Pets & Animals Mammals Large Cats

Also known as catamounts, mountain lions and pumas, cougars are powerful hunters with no natural predators. However, the cats do compete with bears, wolves and other predators for food. More »

www.reference.com Pets & Animals Mammals Large Cats

Mountain lions are carnivores that enjoy hunting and eating deer, but they will also kill other animals like raccoons and coyotes. Once common in almost all areas of the United States, these large cats have a dwindling p... More »

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African lions are carnivores that eat other animals like antelopes and zebras. Found only in central and southern Africa, these large cats are skilled hunters and search the grasslands for sources of food. More »

Ligers are carnivores that live in zoos and other facilities, so they are limited to the raw meat they are fed in captivity. They usually eat around 50 pounds of raw meat per meal. More »