Mountain Lions’ Grooming and Bathing

Two mountain lions emerging froma cave, one grooming the other.

The mountain lion (Puma concolor) can be found in North and South America. They are very adaptable animals who can live in different ecosystems, from coastal forests to open deserts.  These felines also have nice tawny-beige colored fur with some white or gray on their belly and chests. Their coats grow thicker during the cold … Read more

Mountain Lion VS Wolves – A Comparison Between Two American Predators

Mountain lions and wolves are both major predators in their respective ecosystems. While they both earn respect as being animals on top of the food chain, have you ever wondered how the two animals compare? Mountain lions are generally larger and stronger than wolves, but wolves are faster and have more endurance. The mountain lion … Read more

Mountain Lions VS Coyotes – A Comparison Between Two Predators

When you think about common land predators in North America, the first ones that often come to mind are mountain lions and coyotes. These predators are both strong and fierce carnivores that can dominate their given territory. However, you may wonder how these two animals compare to each other. Mountain lions are much larger in … Read more

Mountain Lions And Swimming (Do They Like Water?)

Mountain lions (Puma concolor) are known for their numerous names, stealthy skills, and ferocious nature. These proficient hunters dominate as apex predators whatever terrain they live in. Mountain lions are highly adaptable and can be found in steep rocky mountains, open deserts, and coastal forests. Their prey surely has nowhere to hide from these big … Read more

Animals Similar to Mountain Lions (20 Feline Lookalikes and Misidentified Creatures)

By the featured picture alone, can you identify which wild cat owns these piercing green eyes? You’d be pretty equipped in the wilderness if you answered mountain lion, cougar, puma, catamount, or deer tiger. There are a lot of possible answers, really. And they’re all correct because they’re all just pertaining to the same animal! … Read more