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mountain lion

noun as in cougar

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noun as in puma

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My first thought was of the mountain lion that had been lurking around these hills all winter and spring, and then of the wolf pack whose prints a neighbor had pointed out in the trail’s fresh mud.

She also pointed out that the parking lot for non-management staff, accessible by a shuttle ride, is a 10-minute walk down the road and remembered getting an occasional warning about mountain lion sightings and rattlesnakes.

They documented 57 vertebrate species, from migratory songbirds to mountain lions, slurping at the wells, which is about equal to the number of species seen at streams and 64 percent higher than dry spots.

With this high-tech equipment, we can better understand what these mountain lions are doing in urban areas.

The big cats of Los AngelesLos Angeles and the Santa Monica Mountains are home to a healthy population of mountain lions.

Why, I would rather tackle a mountain lion than one of those fiery creatures while she is loose.'

It is the country of the elk and the mule-tail deer, the mountain lion and the rattlesnake.

The mountain lion absorbs the blood of the game animals, therefore he possesses their acute senses.

He-le-jah is the Indian name for the panther or mountain lion that guards the north mountain.

Which meant that it was probably a mountain lion, blending perfectly with its background as it watched the car.


On this page you'll find 10 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to mountain lion, such as: panther, catamount, and puma.

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