Cougar S Mate

Author: Terry Spear
Publisher: Terry Spear
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She had intended to stay here in the area because she hadn't located any sign of
wolves or black bears. If she ran into a black bear or wolf pack? Both predators
would push a cougar out of their territory or kill him. She hadn't smelled either in
the vicinity. Only cougars. And a lot of them. Cougars didn't run in packs. Which
was why a cougar would be at risk when encountering a wolf pack. A lone wolf
was no match for a cougar's claws and teeth. But with a lot of cougars
congregating ...


Author: Anne Welsbacher
Publisher: Capstone
ISBN: 9780736813167
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Cougars mate to produce young. About three months after mating, female
cougars give birth to one to six cubs. Cougar cubs are covered with brown or
black spots. This spotted pattern helps hide the cubs from predators. The spots
fade after about eight months. Female cougars care for their cubs for one to two
years. Species Cougars are members of the Felidae family. All members of this
family are called felids. Felids include both wildcats and domestic cats. Cougars
are wildcats.


Author: Katherine Grier
ISBN: 9780717266975
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Cougars mate, or come together to produce young, any time of the year, but more
often than not, they mate early in the winter. The female cougar leaves her home
territory to look for a mate. She calls as she pads through new territories.
Sometimes she meows like a house cat, only louder. And sometimes her voice
rises in a scream that can be heard a long distance away. Finally a male cougar
hears her or smells her scent. He sets out to find her. If another male is following
her as well ...


Author: Claire Irvin
Publisher: Hachette UK
ISBN: 0748123334
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'Mate, have you seen Caroline – Rachel's mum – anywhere?' Adam didn't sound
worried, she reflected – just annoyed. Well, two could play at that game ... '
Caroline?' she heard another reveller reply. 'You mean Rachel's mum? Nope.
Haven't seen her for ages, mate.' 'Oh.' Now Adam sounded exasperated, and
Caroline felt a wave of indignation rise up in her. 'I've been looking all over for her
.' Caroline couldn't stop a look of outrage appearing on her face and pulled her
foot away ...


Author: Stephen Person
Publisher: Bearport Publishing
ISBN: 1617726109
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The cougar was a young male, about two or three years old. Scientists tested the
cougar's genes to try to figure out where he had come from. The tests showed
that the young cougar belonged to a population of cougars living in the Black
Hills of South Dakota, which is 1,500 miles (2,414 km) away. It's normal for young
males to travel " up to 100 miles (161 km) to search for a territory of their own or a
mate. The trip by the Connecticut cougar, however, is the longest ever observed
Was ...

The Cougar

Author: Paula Wild
Publisher: D & M Publishers
ISBN: 177162003X
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... Keira suddenly whipped around to stare intently. Miksa, Keira and tika play
king of the mountain at Cougar Mountain Zoo in Issaquah, Washington . Shown
here at nine months old, they've lived at the zoo since they were eleven days old .
Most cougar siblings part ways when around two years old but since these three
don't need to compete for food or other cougars to mate with, they'll remain close
companions throughout their lives . Photo by Robyn Barfoot. captive cougars | 83.


Author: Maurice Hornocker
Publisher: University of Chicago Press
ISBN: 0226353478
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Promiscuity provides an adult male cougar with a greater number of mates
because he can compete for breeding opportunities with multiple females that
reside within his territory. Although adult male cougars enhance their
reproductive success by being aggressive and territorial, adult female cougars do
not exhibit territoriality. Instead, adult females use their energy to hunt, in actively
avoiding other cougars (particularly males), and in mating, pregnancy, and
rearing of the young.


Author: Lynn M. Stone
Publisher: Lerner Publications
ISBN: 9781575050508
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Describes the life cycle, habits, and endangered status of the animal known as the cougar, mountain lion, puma, or panther.

Dare To Survive

Author: Rick Rinehart
Publisher: Kensington Publishing Corp.
ISBN: 0806535997
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Although they are just now beginning to reappear in their old haunts in America
east of the Mississippi, the cougar is still the most widely distributed mammal in
the Americas, which might explain why it has been given so many names over
the centuries. (For the purposes of this book we have used the appellations
cougar, mountain lion, and lion interchangeably.) Cougars, whose official
scientific name is Felis concolor, today roam from deep into British Columbia all
the way south to ...

Confessions Of A Scottsdale Cougar

Author: Victoria Phillips
Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
ISBN: 1465315942
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If you allow love to radiate through you, your soul mate will radiate to you. He too
needs you. How do you even begin to find him when he could be anywhere in
this big ole world of ours? The secret to that is to follow the example of the
COUGAR by first starting to make the world your own, not on the physical sense
but in the spiritual. COUGARS know that you first have to determine what you
want before you can go out and get it. So decide what your soul mate will be like
in the spiritual ...