mountain lion

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Synonyms for mountain lion

large American feline resembling a lion

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The population of mountain lions has dropped by about half in the last eight years, and our goal is to figure out why.
One mountain lion, P-22, became the unofficial face of the campaign when he left the Santa Monica Mountains and crossed both the 405 and 101 Freeways before taking up residence in L.
Despite being in the heart of the city, Griffith Park is not an altogether unusual place for a mountain lion to take up residence.
In much of the West, mountain lions are the number-one predator of deer, elk and bighorn sheep, with estimated predation rates of up to one animal per week, per lion
We normalized home-range size data by a natural log transformation and a two-tailed paired t-test to determine whether there was a significant effect of seasonality on mountain lion home-range size.
To see if mountain lions had found corridors through local suburbs and freeways, Paul and his research team studied 32 lions over a five-year period.
Most of the gains for OS X Mountain Lion were a result of users switching up from Apple's previous OS X build, OS 10.
Users can download an upgrade for Mountain Lion from the Apple app store for $20.
Downloads of Mountain Lion have exceeded three million in four days, making it the most successful OS X release in Apple's history," the company announced in a statement Monday.
People are going to love the new features in Mountain Lion and how easy it is to download and install from the Mac App Store, said Philip Schiller, Apple s senior vice president of Worldwide Marketing.
Washington, Feb 17( ANI ): Apple has announced that its new operating system, the Mountain Lion will be available to users from late summer 2012.
The mountain lion is called by more names than any other mammal-cougar, puma, panther, or just plain lion.
A few miles away from us, but still in our county, a 10-year-old was recently injured (although not seriously) by a mountain lion.
Such is the mystery and contradiction of one of the West's last great predators, the mountain lion, which can grow to nearly 200 pounds and kills prey by chomping on their necks.
Two mountain lion cubs found in the wild after their mother had died have finally found a home at the Denver Zoo in February.