Wild & Weird: Rare Footage of Patagonia Pumas
Found from Canada to Argentina — and from the U.S. West Coast to a small population in Florida — mountain lions have the second-largest range of any mammal in the Western Hemisphere, outdone only by humans.
Patagonia pumas, a particularly elusive population of mountain lions, dwell in the dense forests, grasslands and rugged, rocky steppe of the Patagonia region of Argentina and Chile. These southernmost representatives of the cougar community dine on geese, rodents, domestic sheep and a native camelid called guanacos.
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