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THE PUMA - CAT OF ONE COLOUR (Puma concolor)

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Puma preying on adult male mule deer (0:45).





And female mule deer. The audio is very dumb: is your stereotypical simpleton kids listening to rap on a roadtrip that we often find in american movies; they stumble upon a rare privilege and they seem almost annoyed by it...



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Puma "pride" attracted by a dead cow in Moses Coulee, Washington. Probably two related females (mother and daughter) and their respective cubs.

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Puma hunting guanaco (1:50).



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Glacier National Park, 2013: In a unfortunate incident a  puma and a bighorn fell from a cliff during a predator-prey struggle; the puma was clinging to the ovine during the fall as you can see by the fur in its mouth.

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puma in california
"ssshhh...listen to the rain"...
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Pair of cubs hiding from a group of five coyotes in National Elk Refuge.


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Peruvian pumas.



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( This post was last modified: 07-20-2018, 02:22 PM by Shir Babr Edit Reason: added another image. )

Fishing.

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Chasing racoon.

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Chasing mule deer.

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Chasing bighorn.

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Dragging bighorn carcass.

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Interaction with badger.

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Puma attacking wapiti in deep snow.

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Elk is the biggest prey pumas attack.

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