Examples of puma in a Sentence
adult pumas can sometimes weigh over 200 pounds
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The last breeding population of pumas in Wisconsin was likely found in the early 1900s, according to the DNR.
Maned wolves, pumas and anteaters, meanwhile, were attracted to woodland and forest vegetation remnants found within ranch lands.
The study only tracked the effect on individual pumas, so Suraci isn’t certain what disruptions like this would do at a population level.
The announcement was made after a puma died over the weekend, the latest death at a zoo flagged for dozens of violations by the U.S. Department of Agriculture.
The puma headed into the Pulgas Ridge Open Space area after the second sighting.
Also known as cougars, pumas and panthers, mountain lions are the largest wildcats in North America.
In a haze of maternal-ish instincts, Kathleen Hale hikes obsessively in search of the puma of Griffith Park.
Four days later, an 8-year-old puma, Soberana, died of intestinal trouble, the same day that a spider monkey drowned in a pond.
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Origin and Etymology of puma
First Known Use: 1774See Words from the same year
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