Cougars can leap about 7 to 8 feet from sitting still up to 16 feet straight up when in motion.
They tend not to jump this high due to the fact it takes so much energy , this ability helps them
escape from cavernous traps. A 20 plus foot jump across is no problem.
The mountain lion (Felis concolor), also called the cougar,
is the largest member of the cat family living in Yellowstone National Park.
There is a difference in the structure of the voice box or the larynx, because of which the Cougars can't roar.
They produce a high pitched scream. This shrill scream has earned them a place in American folklore.
Facts- Young mountain lions have spots all over them, but adults do not!.They are covered with blackish brown spots and have dark rings around their tails. The markings fade as they mature.The cougar (Puma concolor), also known as the puma, mountain lion, panther, or catamount, is a largest cat of the family Felidae native to the Americas.
The cougar is an apex predator whose s...