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Cougar Pictorial
#31
^ Execellent pix, ta leopard. There is just something so amazingly 'housecat' cute about these formidable 'big' cats.
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#32
(05-02-2019, 07:32 PM)Mondas Wrote: ^ Execellent pix, ta leopard. There is just something so amazingly 'housecat' cute about these formidable 'big' cats.

Agreed. But I wouldn't mess with a big Chilean cougar or one from Northern America.
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#33
A very, very robust cougar from Argentina. One the most impressive cougars I've ever seen

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(05-02-2019, 10:58 PM)Leopard Wrote: A very, very robust cougar from Argentina. One the most impressive cougars I've ever seen

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My God, that beautiful puma haha, sure is a cougar from the jungle of Misiones
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Patagonia, Chile

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"Look this incredible sighting using camera traps!, a white cougar (Puma concolor) in Parque Nacional da Serra dos Órgãos in Brasil!. This genetic condition is called leucism and it’s ultra rare in cougars!"

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Bully-like tom.
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^ Click the picture to play video.

#Brotherlylove. So this was one of the coolest scenes from last season. We came across these two pumas sharing a kill. The female, who had most likely made the kill is named "Lady". The other a young male and interloper, "Pajero", who had recently been abandon by his mother. The most interesting thing is what happened next. Lady, the female, left and started to walk off. Pajero stayed and ate a little more but when Lady was finally out of sight he did something unexpected. He started calling. In the distance we could hear something answering. He then darted off to connect with this other puma, and that is when we realized it was his sister, "Petaca". It was a nice and quick reunion. Pajero then showed me how loving, siblings can be. He took his sister back to the kill, left her there to eat, and took a position at the base of a hill, in the exact path that Lady had taken when she left. It was as if he was watching over his little sister, protecting her as she ate. It was #Incredible. After Petaca finished they both took a rest on the top of the hill.
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